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Total Sports Development (TSD), an athletic skill and ability development organization that recently launched in Yelm, aims to enrich the legacy of athletics in the region with more opportunities for … more
Kaos Dance Elite (KDE), a children’s dance school in Yelm, is moving into a larger studio location in town ahead of its summer sessions, Monday, June 17. The business, currently located at … more
One of Tenino’s top summertime attractions will return on Saturday, June 22, as the Quarry Pool will reopen after a several-year hiatus. The improved Tenino Quarry Pool, 399 W. Park Ave., … more
Yelm’s Standing Room Only Theater (SRO) hosted its fourth theater performance since the end of March on Saturday, June 1, at Yelm’s Outpost Church. With the organization’s … more
Yelm Community Schools honored 13 Native American students with a graduation and moving-up ceremony in the Yelm High School commons on Sunday, June 2. Eight students, including three soon-to-be high … more
King Cronic, a cannabis store located at 1110 E. Yelm Ave. in Yelm, was smashed by a stolen car shortly after midnight on Tuesday, June 4. Three suspects were caught on surveillance cameras crashing … more
Outdoor recreationalists accustomed to pursuing freshwater smelt, crawfish and carp without a fishing license should take note: Gov. Jay Inslee has signed new legislation requiring Washington anglers … more
Saturday, June 8 Suddenly Summer The Thurston Early Childhood Coalition Board will host its Suddenly Summer event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 8, at the Yelm Community Center. … more
The Roy Historical Cemetery hosted its first Memorial Day event under its new ownership on Saturday, May 25. Seven members of the 555th Engineer Brigade, also known as the Triple Nickel, of the U.S. … more
Thurston County Sheriff’s Office, along with multiple agencies, responded to reports of potential human remains on Tuesday, May 21, found on an Old McKenna Road property by first responders … more
Editor’s note: This year, Yelm will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the city’s official incorporation, which took place on Dec. 8, 1924. Every month this year, the Nisqually Valley … more
Standing Room Only (SRO) Theater has aimed to become the hub of arts and entertainment in Yelm through live theater showings and different events in recent years. This summer, the non-profit … more
Adrian Roberto and Alex “Allie” Goodrich, both Yelm High School juniors and South Puget Sound Community College Running Start students, dusted off their best French accents for the SPSCC … more
The City of Rainier will soon be the hub of the area’s first community pickleball courts as four will be added to its new sports complex this summer. According to Mayor Robert Shaw, four … more
The Yelm High School FFA team made a good showing at the state competition with one team placing first and a Yelm senior selected to attend the national convention. For the first time since … more
By Jacob Dimond jake@yelmonline.com Washington Republican governor-hopeful Semi Bird believes that big change is needed in the state of Washington, including affordable living and gas, … more
Yelm Community Schools Superintendent Chris Woods said that it is “fair to say” the district is roughly halfway through its budget reductions as it looks to cut $15 million due to the … more
Saturday, June 1 Roy Pioneer Rodeo The Roy Pioneer Rodeo will begin at 1:30 p.m., gates open at 11 a.m., Saturday, June 1, at the Roy Rodeo grounds, 8771 Higgins Greig Road, Roy. The event … more
Yelm High School was under lockdown in the afternoon hours of May 24 due to a “threat made by a former student.” In an email sent by Yelm Community Schools Superintendent Chris … more
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