Published every two years by the Office of Financial Management, the Data Book contains eleven major sections: Population, Economy, State Government Finance, Human Services, Criminal Justice, Education, Natural Resources, Environment, Energy, Transportation, and Local Government.
Washington Digital Newspapers brings together over 600,000 pages from Washington’s earliest Territorial newspapers to the present day. Freely accessible to the public, this growing collection complements the Washington State Library’s physical collection of more than 6,500 newspaper titles.
A list of newspapers published in Washington State.
Use these libraries, in person or online, to get even more access to our local news sources. Additionally, the public library has other collections that may be helpful, like the zine collection, and the State Library has some of the best historical information related to our region and our state.
The public library for our region. Borrow materials from any branch in the system. Many databases with excellent coverage of local newspapers and popular magazines. Many branches in the Olympia area have extensive collections of self-published zines.