The Yelm City Council on Tuesday night, Nov. 14, voted unanimously to pass a new two-tier water rate model expected to bring moderate savings to water customers and mitigate high bills brought on by increased consumption during the summer months.
With the holidays approaching, the Lewis-Mason-Thurston Area Agency on Aging (LMTAAA) has created its yearly “Wish List,” allowing the community to brighten the season for some of its clients in the greatest need.
A number of University of Washington students from Yelm were named to the university’s dean’s list earlier this month. The following information was provided by the university. If corrections are needed, email Assistant Editor Eric Rosane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A 45-year-old Yelm man was arrested and booked into Nisqually Jail on Wednesday, Nov. 25, after allegedly striking his girlfriend. Allen Brown, the suspect, is currently being held on $50,000 bail.
Car Prowl Reported at Tustin Apartments, $10,000 in Tools Reportedly Stolen
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Roy police officers will now be required to wear body cameras when on the job and are expected to turn them on when making a majority of contacts with citizens.
A 29-year-old Yelm man was charged with one count of hit and run after swinging his white Chevrolet Trailblazer onto a sidewalk to avoid a turning vehicle that failed to yield, ultimately striking a City of Yelm flashing crosswalk sign and then fleeing.
A man at Tustin Apartment Homes, located at 10520 Creek St., reported on Thursday, Nov. 26, that about $10,000 in tools were taken from the bed of a pickup truck.
Through a community-wide effort, Yelm Community Schools was able to provide Thanksgiving meals to more than 150 families district-wide this year. This was made possible thanks to the donations made by Bounty For Families, the Longshore and Warehouse Union ILWU Local #23, Yelm Chiropractic &a…
Learn to be a better home gardener and steward of the environment with Washington State University Extension’s new online Home Horticulture Training program.