From Our Corner Blog Posts

  • View outside of Washington State Digital Archives. (Photos courtesy of Washington State Archives) We’re proud to wish a happy 10th birthday to the world’s first built-from-the-ground digital archives facility. The Washington State Digital Archives had its grand opening on Oct. 4, 2004. The Digital Archives is co-located in the same building with the Washington State […]
  • Secretary Wyman (third from left) and other guests gather in her office during the ball. (Photo courtesy of Heather Lucas) The Legislative Building is usually considered the place where many statewide officials are headquartered and where  lawmakers meet each winter to do the business of the people. But it was Olympia’s social epicenter Saturday night, […]
  • If you’re not currently registered to vote in Washington and want to vote in the General Election, Oct. 27 is your last chance. That’s the deadline to register in person at your county elections department. King County has two locations where people can register: County election headquarters at 919 SW Grady Way in Renton, and […]
  • KOMO-TV’s Connie Thompson interviews Secretary Wyman. With the holidays approaching, commercial fundraisers will ask for donations they say will go to charities. But Secretary of State Kim Wyman and Attorney General Bob Ferguson are urging Washingtonians to think before they give. The two statewide officials spent Thursday morning doing TV and radio interviews to share […]
  • Our office’s next great historical exhibit, Washington 1889: Blazes, Rails & the Year of Statehood, should be ready for the public to see on Tuesday, Oct. 21.  Secretary Wyman enjoyed a sneak peak of the exhibit panels. She and our office’s Legacy Washington staff joined Washington State Historical Society Executive Director Jennifer Kilmer (second from […]