Once again, the Yelm Lions Club will be volunteering to ring the Salvation Army Bell in the afternoons from Dec. 16 through Dec. 24 at the entrance to the Yelm Safeway.
Staircases made of peppermint wheels, Roof shingles made out of Chex and pretzel sticks, beams made out of candy canes and an abundance of decapitated Sour Patch Kids.
You don’t have to wear a 10-gallon hat, cowboy boots and sport a western accent if you want to enjoy “Christmas on the Prairie,” but it’ll sure make you fit in when it comes to small town Texas in 1882.
The state Department of Ecology is taking comments through Dec. 12 on permit requests that could mean up to 20,000 cubic yards of material containing hazardous chemicals would be deposited in Lewis County.
Prestige Senior Living Rosemont in Yelm will host an afternoon of hand-decorating Christmas Tree ornaments from 1to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7.
The Yelm Lions Club will be collecting toys for Yelm Community Services and art supplies for the Yelm Boys and Girls Club during a free Movie-Toy Drive on Saturday, Dec. 14, at Yelm Cinemas.
After nearly two decades of work, the City of Rainier is hoping to finish up major renovations to the Historical Zion Church, located on the corner of Minnesota Street and Olympia Street.
Rochester High School theater students will be presenting a new take on an old Christmas classic this weekend in their fall production of “Christmas Carole: A Modern Scrooge.”
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