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The Olympian
Commission approves 25% pay raise for Olympia's elected officials ...
The Olympian
Olympia's independent salary commission officially approved a pay raise of about 25 percent for the city's elected officials at a Tuesday night meeting.

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The Olympian
Olympia man wanted for pair of felony warrants
The Olympian
The Thurston County Sheriff's Office is looking for an Olympia man with warrants for his arrest, the agency posted on Monday evening. Adam J. Winningham, 32, has two felony warrants for his arrest from Thurston County Superior Court. The first is for ...

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The Olympian
What's Happening for Sept. 19
The Olympian
Habitat for Humanity groundbreaking: Habitat for Humanity of Mason County will break ground for its 27th house in Shelton at 11 a.m. at the building site, 325 Grandview. Free, and the public is welcome. Information: 360-426-8134 or www.habitatmasonwa.



The Olympian
A 25 percent pay raise proposed for Olympia mayor, city council
The Olympian
Olympia's elected officials could get substantial raises, with an independent commission recommending salary increases of about 25 percent. The proposal would bump the mayor's annual salary to about $25,000, the mayor pro-tempore's salary to about ...



The Olympian
Man, 19, flown to Harborview after fall at The Evergreen State College
The Olympian
A 19-year-old man fell about 40 feet from a rope swing at The Evergreen State College late Sunday and was flown to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. The man was not a student at the school, said Evergreen spokesman Zach Powers. The fall quarter ...







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