Washington State Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Hilary Franz unveiled a plan for climate resistance in Washington at a press conference on Thursday, stating that Washington’s rural communities are “the most impacted” by climate change.
A failed robbery attempt ended in arrest for a Puyallup man Wednesday in Mossyrock after police say he was confronted mid-vehicle prowl, accidentally gave his gun to the alleged victim when his getaway car wouldn’t start, then push-started his own car.
When April Root asked Melissa Lowery if she could bring her kids to play with Lowery’s new baby goats on her farm, the two had never met in person.
The Thurston Conservation District announced Friday, Feb. 14, that it received a $50,000 grant to perform urban agriculture and food security work with Yelm’s Bounty for Families.
Two bills concerning telemedicine sponsored by Sen. Randi Becker, R-Olympia, have passed the Washington state Senate and will now move on to the House for consideration.
The documentary “5G Apocalypse” will be shown at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, at the Yelm Community Center, which is located at 301 Second St. SE.
The following are actions and discussions by the Yelm Community Schools Board of Directors and district officials during a Thursday, Feb. 13, study session at Ridgeline Middle School.
Parents, students and educational professionals voiced their concerns in a public hearing about a bill that would mandate comprehensive sexual education in public schools beginning as soon as kindergarten.
The Washington state House of Representatives will consider a 10-year extension of tax exemptions for repairs and modification to large private airplanes owned by nonresidents after the Senate voted 47 to 1 in favor of Senate Bill 6068 on Feb. 18.
The Thurston County Canvassing Board certified election results Friday, Feb. 21, for the February special election.