State officials including Gov. Jay Inslee and law enforcement heads are asking for voluntary… Read more
- Inslee Says Loss of Business Licenses, Arrests a Last Resort for Enforcing COVID-19 Order
- Yelm Will Work With Financially Distressed Ratepayers to Defer Water, Sewer Payments
- Deadline for First Half Property Taxes Extended to June, County Says
- Thurston County Public Health Tallies Nine More COVID-19 Cases Over Weekend
- Inslee, Ferguson and Batiste to Hold Press Conference on COVID-19 This Afternoon
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During one of the largest coaching turnovers in a single season, the Yelm track and field program is also experiencing one of its largest teams ever.
“A lot has been said and written about the fracturing of our communities and culture. Perhaps, just maybe, the current public health crisis will be the event that forces us to return to our commitments to humanity, grace, and working together for the common good! Just maybe.”
As many of you are already aware, there is increasing concern in Washington state over the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. We understand that with all of the information and news coming from many sources, there is worry and concern amongst our guests and team members. We would like to take this…
Across the district, students and teachers are preparing for conferences April 1 through April 3. Spring conferences offer a powerful and compelling opportunity to show the extent to which students have grown so far this year and to create new goals for growth in learning. Spring conferences…
Nobody knows how deep the impact of the coronavirus will be, but one thing that it is destined to test is how effectively people will work from home.
Treaty tribes are encouraged that the Washington State Legislature may finally put an end to the destructive practice of suction dredge mining, for the protection of threatened salmon and their habitat as well as southern resident orcas that depend on salmon.
When we vote for additional taxes we are buying something of value as determined by our elected officials. The current issue is for a new courthouse. We voters need to be aware of the very expensive plan to relocate the courthouse to the outskirts of downtown Olympia in an area that has sogg…