Occupy Olympia evicted, park clean up begins

Due to debris cleanup and the reseeding of Heritage park’s grass, the Occupy Olympia encampment has cost the Department of Enterprise Services, the state agency responsible for cleaning the former campsite at Heritage Park,… Continue reading

Mental illness and abuse still influence homeless

Thanks to the efforts of 200 volunteers from local charities, high schools, churches and state offices, the 2011 Thurston County Homeless Census was released in late January. According to the census report however, there… Continue reading

Elevator damaged, but quickly restored; costs college $1,000

Campus Facilities are citing damage to the elevator in Building 35 as an act of vandalism in spite of the exact cause of the damage remaining unknown. The elevator was declared out of… Continue reading

Professor Salcedo looks deeper into our fears

Professor Jason Salcedo and colleague Kathryn Clancy are combining English composition, film studies and abnormal psychology to create a completely unique class, Film 118, at South Puget Sound Community College for winter quarter.… Continue reading

Puget Sound Energy Gives Consumers an Opportunity to Go Green

Puget Sound Energy (PSE) supplies electricity to millions of homes in Washington State alone. All that power needs to come from somewhere, and as any environmentally conscious person will tell you, a large… Continue reading