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If you’re looking for some climbing, some slime and some Bigfoot lore, the recently-reopened Ape Cave at Mount St. Helens may be the sweet spot. The pitch-black cave provides a trek into where … more
A Centralia man is facing criminal charges after he allegedly crashed his vehicle on Interstate 5 near Joint Base Lewis-McChord, forced a woman out of her car and stole that vehicle, then led state … more
Kate McDonough’s afraid the folks at Walmart might get the wrong idea. That’s because McDonough, who lives in the McKenna-Roy area, meets up with strangers by the lighthouse in the … more
The Nisqually Land Trust and the Nisqually Indian Tribe have entered into a historic partnership, purchasing 2,200 acres and over three miles of critical salmon habitat along Busy Wild Creek on the … more
Last month, Girl Scouts of America troop 46564 planned and planted a butterfly garden at Yelm City Park. The garden is in a bioswale between the paved parking lot next to the Yelm Community Center … more
For 10 years, Bob Maddux has been organizing free bike repair clinics for the community. The next clinic will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 22 at Yelm’s Jiffy … more
Dr. David Fell, of naturopathic medicine, opened Revive Family Medicine this spring with high hopes. The practice, located in Yelm at 106 N.E. Plaza Drive S.E. in Suite C, is a way for Fell to … more
An end to restrictions put in place to combat the COVID-19 pandemic is in sight as Gov. Jay Inslee announced a change in statewide policy Thursday, May 13. During a press conference, Inslee said … more
Four-year old Alan Bean and his sister, two-year-old Olivia, thought they were in for their usual trip to Yelm City Park last month, but they came away from the experience with precious treasures of … more
The S.E. Thurston Fire Authority was granted $515,000 to remodel and expand the Lake Lawrence fire station, which is currently unstaffed. Since the authority does not call for volunteers from home … more
The Washington State Legislature appropriated Yelm $850,000 in its 2021 supplemental capital budget for a new biosolids dryer, which is one part of the city’s plan to install a new water … more
About 30 of the community’s faithful came out to Yelm City Park Thursday, May 6, for the National Day of Prayer. “I believe in the power of prayer and intercession for our nation and … more
Yelm High School’s sports medicine program and team normally spends this time of year going to a big state convention where they compete with other schools to show off their knowledge and … more
House Minority Leader Rep. J.T. Wilcox, R-Yelm, sounded off against Gov. Jay Inslee’s recent decision to put all counties in Washington state on a two-week pause in the state’s COVID-19 … more
Whether it’s a mad rush to the local greenhouses for vegetables or a mounting interest in the Yelm Community Garden, it’s safe to say that thumbs have been turning green all over town in … more
Casey Mauck, the new assistant planner in the Yelm Community Development Department, said she hopes to continue the good work of equitable planning in the city as she maps out her career. A … more
As inspired by Dr. Seuss’ “The Cat In The Hat,” last Friday’s MOMS Club event could be summarized as: “The sun did not shine. It was too wet to play, (but the moms went … more
Veteran reporter and editor Justyna Tomtas has been hired as the new regional editor for CT Publishing. Tomtas was most recently the education reporter for The Lewiston Tribune in Idaho. Prior to … more
At massage-therapy business Mat Magick, partners Jennifer and Ian Brooks are packing up the oil and moving their work from the traditional table to a mat on the floor. Jennifer Brooks started the … more
The Yelms Lion Club will host an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 15 to celebrate its complete renovation of its historic Carlson Cabin. The project was made possible through a … more
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