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Opportunity was about to show its face this fall for Idaho State sophomore Jacob Dimond. But, like all good things this year, it got pushed back due to that pesky pandemic.
ROCHESTER — When Bruce and Ginny Jorry were looking to purchase a piece of rural property to enjoy their retirement years, they noticed a 10-acre hay field on 175th Avenue outside Rochester and thought it’d be a perfect fit.
A couple of years ago, a major regional medical clinic leader announced his support for a local tax hike to beef up the city’s police force and provide cops with better training and capabilities. His rationale was two-fold: The clinic needed police to augment its security, and good public sa…
I am a young woman of color. I am scared of the climate crisis and how it is already disproportionately impacting communities of color. That is why I am supporting Beth Doglio to represent Washington’s 10th Congressional District.
I would like to see our local pastors Jeff Adams and Sylvia Peterson back in the Nisqually Valley News once a week.
An observation for your readers in response to your story, “Yelm Council Passes Design, Cost Estimate Agreement for Educational Center and Business Incubator.”
The first time I heard about climate change I was 6, standing in front of the bustling Proctor Farmers Market with my dad, who was petitioning. The scientific projections, droughts, wildfires and hurricanes were existential threats for my non-existent grandchildren.
With Representative Mike Pellicciotti stepping down from the Washington state House to run for treasurer, there is an open seat for the 30th district this election cycle.