Take a long look at the editorial cartoon.
I’ve had a long history of dealing with police chiefs, starting out as a rookie police reporter at a small daily newspaper in Eastern Washington decades ago.
Last Friday, the Western Washington Region of the Growth Management Hearings Board ruled that Thurston County’s 2015 Interim Process for reviewing permits in regards to Mazama pocket gopher soils was in violation of the state’s Growth Management Act.
A Dunce Cap goes to Rep. Sam Hunt, D-Olympia, for his attempt to change the number of Thurston County Commissioners from three to five, as he tacked on a last-minute amendment to a House bill.
A recent ad campaign by a national mobile network is certainly clever. It plays with the word “Thanksgiving,” with the spin “Get ready for Thanksgetting.”
Last year, the Nisqually Valley News chose, as its annual effort for charitable giving, to fully support a team for the Southeast Thurston County Relay for Life fundraiser.
It’s a time of anxiety and fear across much of the Pacific Northwest as record high temperatures collide with a brittle region reeling from a historically dry winter and spring.
Late last month, Yelm Business Association Executive Director Dan Crowe wrote a letter to the Yelm City Council that was also printed in the Nisqually Valley News.