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Events & Entertainment
- Nisqually Valley Happenings: Movies in the Park, Jazz in the Park and More
- Tenino Stone Carvers to Give Demonstrations, Lessons During Oregon Trail Days
- Nisqually Valley Happenings: Mermaid Fest, Movies in the Park and More
- Pioneer Village a Highlight of Oregon Trail Days
- Nisqually Valley Happenings: A Community Calendar
After two years leading the boys basketball program at Yelm High School, Head Coach Sterling Carter announced Thursday, March 7, he will be leaving the program.
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Overturning an ill-advised state law is difficult even in the best of times. A pandemic is definitely not the best of times.
By now it is apparent that, barring a miracle, a cure for COVID-19 will not happen soon; however, to make it a condition of removing the economic lockdown would be a catastrophic mistake. They must coexist.
On the blue sky morning of Sunday, May 18, 1980, a convoy of property owners was getting ready to head up to the mountain to retrieve their belongings from cabins in the danger zone.
On April 16, as the coronavirus attacked communities across Washington, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it is rolling back our water quality standards that are the most protective of human health in the country.
Last week, the Nisqually Valley News relocated its offices from the pristine quarters provided by the fine owners of the Northeast Plaza Drive Southeast office where we’ve operated for about a decade to a new location about a football field or two away on Creek Street.