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Hopes are still high that Yelm and Rainier high school athletes can start their sports season on Feb. 1, even as recommendations for the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) remain fluid.
With a family and farm to take care of and college classwork waiting for her, Rachael Heinrich said waking before dawn to have cinnamon rolls ready for her market stand is sometimes really tough.
A pandemic is no time to raise taxes.
The dawning of a new year is traditionally a time for personal resolutions, and the first week of 2021 feels like a time when our whole nation needs to take a deep breath and decide which way it wants to go.
Ten months after the arrival of the coronavirus in Washington, the Legislature is convening on Jan. 11 for a new legislative session amid a pandemic that will shape every aspect of the session, from the way lawmakers conduct business (over computer screens instead of beneath the Capitol dome…
For 25-plus years, the holiday season meant spending time shopping at JZ Rose and viewing the gorgeous window displays. No matter what season or time of year, the window displays and all the various decorations couldn’t help but make you smile and feel good.
On April 14, during a meeting, the Tenino City Council agreed to pay $23,000 to the Washington Municipal Clerks Association for expenses. Tenino Clerk Treasurer John Millard stated that the city would be reimbursed. Council packets and minutes of subsequent meetings lacked documents supporti…