KENNEWICK — No. 12 Yelm pushed No. 5 Kennewick into overtime with a touchdown with just 15 s… Read more
- Yelm Pushes No. 5 Kennewick to the Brink, Falls 35-34 in Overtime Thriller
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- 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
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KALAMA — The Mountaineers, matched up against the two-time defending state champion Chinooks on their home turf, came up well short of a win here on Friday.
Yelm-based Three Girls Media Inc. was recently named Top Boutique Content Marketing Agency in Washington by CV Magazine through its 2019 Media Innovator Awards.
Traffic on State Route 507 can often be a source of frustration as I make my way into Yelm.
Just before Veterans Day, the last known survivor of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor died at age 98. With the passing of George Hursey of Massachusetts, it closed that chapter of World War II — the world’s most deadly conflict in which over 60 million people perished.
I am writing to acknowledge and commend Michael Wagar as publisher and president of Lafromboise Communication and the face of the Nisqually Valley News in Yelm for many years.
The Billy Frank Jr. Salmon Coalition is looking forward to another year of working together to accomplish responsible management through responsible leadership.
As I pedaled across the icy streets of Cheney, a warm nose prodded my fingers from the pocket of my winter coat.
Nearly four years ago, our community voted to renew the education programs and operations levy. That levy will expire Dec. 31, 2020. On Nov. 26, the school board will discuss and take action to ask our community to renew the levy to support programs not fully funded by the state.