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.”
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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.
“Established 2032” reads a sign hanging above the entrance to Tenino Time Machine, a place where people can find many unique items they may, or may not, be searching for.
A little after 8 a.m. on a sunny Saturday morning, Melinda Miller and her 10-year-old daughter Maisey Miller haul boxes of colorful soap to a foldable table outside the Yelm Community Center.
For nearly 17 years, regional Italian food chain Casa Mia has been serving up hot, homemade food — chopped, baked and sautéed from a small kitchen in Yelm.
Images by Brant is a family-owned photography studio in the heart of Yelm that is all about giving its customers a quality product, tailor-made for each of their personalities and situations.
Nisqually Valley Brewing Company may have recently closed its storefront off of Yelm Avenue, but that doesn’t mean the business is done brewing.
The Yelm Farmers Market is back at Yelm City Park and will offer fresh produce and products from small businesses that will be geared for children and adults alike from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday, from May 25 to Oct. 26.