Students Shine at Spring Fair
Young Life is a Christian Ministry that began in 1941. Its purpose is to reach out to middle school, high school, and college-age kids on their level in a neutral location.
“Thanks for making my daughter feel beautiful” was just one of the anonymous comment cards Susan Bauer received after hosting another successful Prom Dress Giveaway event for the Ministry, The Lord’s Closet at Crossroads Community Covenant Church, held Saturday, April 7.
Eleven rescued deer previously slated for euthanization by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife are now standing on the brink of wild release.
Editor’s Note: On Saturday, March 24, Yelm’s Julian Garcia organized a blood drive as part of his effort to become an Eagle Scout. Here’s his account of the blood drive.
Congratulations were given to the Yelm High School Dance Team for placing first and earning their way to the state competition. The team will now dance at state on Saturday, March 24 at the Yakima Sundome.
The Rotary Club of Yelm has chosen Savanah Currie as its February 2018 Student of the Month. The club officials wrote, “Savanah is a bright, down-to-earth and determined Yelm High School senior who is headed off to Central Washington University next fall to study psychology. She is the presi…
John and Alice Dowie of Roy are pictured visiting Iguazu Falls, Brazil during their South American vacation to Chile, Argentina and Brazil. If you want a picture of you on vacation, take along a copy of the Nisqually Valley News, snap a shot, and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All 58 kindergartners at Lackamas Elementary School were challenged to learn every sound of the alphabet by Feb. 6 for a chance to win a “Golden Ticket” to Varsity Pizza.
Students from Shining Mountain Elementary helped distribute 2,000 pounds of the Nisqually Tribe’s Clear Creek Hatchery chinook carcasses in the Mashel River outside of Eatonville to spread the important nutrients throughout the watershed.