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The Yelm High School’s FFA Plant Sale returned to an in-person format on Thursday, April 28, breaking records as shoppers pursued the bounty of available plants. On the first day of the … more
Amidst a beaming sun and warm spring weather, the Back Country Horsemen Chapters of Nisqually and Pierce County attended a three-hour long trail ride at site eight on Joint Base Lewis-McChord. … more
A Lewis County Superior Court judge has dismissed all charges against the last codefendant criminally accused of causing the death of a Chehalis man in a trench collapse during construction of the … more
There was a mad dash for the perfect egg. Candy-filled canisters of springtime delight hid in the grass for a hasty hand to grab. Participants raced to add the next prize to their hunt’s … more
Nisqually Indian Tribe Chairman Willie Frank III and tribal leadership took the governor and lawmakers on a tour of the Nisqually River on Monday off of Frank’s Landing as they headed under the … more
The city of Yelm received a state appropriation of $50,000 from the state Legislature’s 2022 supplemental capital budget to aid in building its dog park, which will be located at 902 Rhoton … more
The Yelm Drama Club is gearing up for multiple performances this coming spring, with a localized rendition of “Working.” The drama club has been unable to perform on stage over the … more
Four boys between the ages of 11 and 16 were arrested on Thursday, March 24 near 304th Street and Schudy Road in Roy, after they were linked to a recent drive-by shooting on Interstate 5. Around … more
Decades ago, when former Rainier city administrator Charmayne Garrison was 10 years old, she and her friends would often play in the Rainier Historical Zion Church. They would pretend to get … more
Walt Franczyk, the owner of Walt’s Point S Tires in Yelm, is retiring after nearly 40 years of serving the community, but his business will live on in the family as his daughter and son-in-law … more
The Nisqually Indian Tribe and the Washington State Gambling Commission have reached a tentative agreement to amend the tribe’s Class III gaming compact. A news release stated the amendment … more
Washington will be one of three West Coast states to remove its mandate on wearing masks indoors in most settings on March 12, Gov. Jay Inslee announced Monday. In a Feb. 28 press conference, the … more
After a process that took about two years, the Tenino City Hall renovation is nearing completion. There is still some painting and finishing touches that need to take place, but for all intents … more
The Yelm Chamber of Commerce hosted a chamber forum on Tuesday, Feb. 8 which was highlighted by Mayor Joe DePinto’s “State of the City” speech. Throughout his speech, DePinto … more
Local, state and federal agencies are working to clear out what the Washington State Patrol bomb squad commander called a “homemade explosives lab” that was discovered in the 20000 block … more
The Nisqually Land Trust recently closed on an acquisition of about 30 acres of forested Nisqually River floodplain, which includes about 1,700 feet of the river’s shoreline, which is now … more
Yelm Community Schools hosted a rededication ceremony on Tuesday, Jan. 25 to celebrate the restoration of the Native American artwork, “Big Bird,” after it became weathered due to its … more
Master Sgt. Earl Plumlee, currently stationed at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), received the Medal of Honor from President Joe Biden on Dec. 16, 2021. Plumlee was the weapons sergeant assigned … more
People don’t often volunteer at Tenino’s Forest Grove Cemetery, so when cemetery clerk Debi Overlie put out a call on Facebook to raise funds for placards for the graves of forgotten … more
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