The following local students made the fall 2020 president’s honor roll at Washington State University.
It's Monday, the snow is melting, and let's be honest: You could really use some pictures of cute goats and doggos frolicking through the snow to get you through the day.
Back in 2015, about a year before she graduated from Yelm High School — and long before she landed her first professional dream job — Brianna Feller decided it would be illuminating to travel around the country with her mom, Teresa, checking out potential colleges to attend.
At about 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 30, Yelm High School freshman Emily Turbeville — who until then had been standing firmly on the carpet at her cousin’s house at JBLM — suddenly took off and soared around the home on powerful 7-foot wings.
We asked for your photos, and you came through. Thanks to everyone who submitted images through our Facebook page last week. Here's a brief selection. If you have a photo you'd like to see published in the Nisqually Valley News, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Ridgeline Middle School celebrated School Lunch Hero Day last week showcasing the difference school nutrition professionals make for every child who comes through the cafeteria.