Businesses will be legally required to turn down customers who don’t wear facial coverings starting next week as Gov. Jay Inslee has announced a statewide requirement today, July 2. Read more
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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.
Three Girls Media, Inc., a Rainier-based marketing and public relations agency, announced Tuesday, June 9, it was the recipient of Corporate Vision Magazine’s award for “Best Woman-Owned Content Marketing Agency — Pacific Northwest.”
“And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.”
On July 4, 1975, America proudly celebrated its Bicentennial as the world’s greatest nation while Poland was a suppressed Soviet satellite state.
Before Bud Blake became a commissioner, I was having problems with the Thurston County permit department because of a bulkhead which was on my property on Lake St. Clair when I purchased the property.
I’ve been wearing a mask in public since early in the pandemic, when scientists started to say that even a simple cloth covering could help keep us from spewing the tiny water droplets and vapor that carry the virus.
In early June, the financial website WalletHub released its rankings of “Best and Worst State Economies,” and Washington led the field of 51 as the best by a healthy margin.
While I’ve been laid up at home after foot surgery, my husband and I watched the miniseries “Sons of Liberty,” which dramatizes events leading to the American Revolution. Earlier we enjoyed “TURN: Washington’s Spies,” and next we’ll view “The Revolution” by the History Channel.