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.
The winners of the We Love Rainier, Washington, art and essay contest recieve their awards at a Rainier City Council meeting last month. In the back row, from left, stands Linda Johnson (first place, adult category); Sarah Christensen (3rd place, adult category); Aden Sandiford (second place…
Rainier High School students from the Skills USA program built a trebuchet, also known as a pumpkin launcher, and competed against other area schools on Saturday.
Sarah Gong, fifth grade, and Serenity Sivich, kindergarten, each raised more than $200 from family and friends as sponsors in the seventh annual 2017-18 Mill Pond Pentathlon fundraiser. The girls were guest physical education teachers for the day this week.
Rainier High School’s Top 6 graduating seniors, their families and RHS administration staff Kristin Robinson, Jerrad Jeske and John Beckman were recognized at dinner provided by the Rainier Lions at Tahoma Valley Bar & Grill by the Yelm Golf Course.
A group of Nisqually tribal members traveled to Washington, D.C., this week to witness the installation of the Medicine Creek Treaty as part of the Nation to Nation exhibit that opened late last year.