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A reader’s theater on Edgar Allen Poe’s short story, “The Tell Tale Heart,” featured three showings right in the heart of Bucoda as part of the Boo-coda Spooktacular event on … more
The Yelm Eagles raised $1,500 for families in need over the holidays at its seventh annual Halloween costume charity party. Candi Shelton, the vice president of the Yelm Eagles, who is also the … more
It’s the season of ghouls and frights, and Holiday Park in Rainier has become the site of one spooky tradition, where a host of jackolanterns will light-up the park’s intimate atmosphere … more
Cecelia Jenkins, the longtime executive director of the Yelm Chamber of Commerce, died at the age of 72 on Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021. Born Dec. 2, 1948, Jenkins was a resident of Yelm and helmed … more
Yelm Community Schools and the Rainier School District successfully processed the vaccination status of all of their employees by the state’s Oct. 18 deadline for all employees to be … more
The Standing Room Only (SRO) theater company will come back to the stage this November after the COVID-19 pandemic forced a nearly 20-month hiatus for the group. The company will present … more
Crossroads Community Covenant Church is hosting a pumpkin patch with pumpkins sourced from the Schornos of Nisqually Springs Farm. The proceeds of the event will go to Yelm Dollars for Scholars … more
Proof of COVID-19 Jab or Recent Negative Test Needed for Entry if More Than 1,000 Indoor, 10,000 Outdoor Attendees Those attending large events in Washington state will have to show they are fully … more
Nonprofit Rebuilding Together Thurston County is seeking Yelm-based volunteers to help with its projects to rebuild homes and address critical needs within the houses. The nonprofit helps … more
Yelm City Council discussed the project overview of the Yelm Loop bypass at its Oct. 5 study session, specifically in regards to access to Walmart at the southeast end of the loop. Bill Elliott, … more
Adam Cunningham, 46, of Yelm, is in the process of growing his part-time photography business, a venture that started in wildland firefighting, but has spanned to a second generation of Cunningham … more
Bucoda, or BOO-coda during the month of October, claims to be the “World's Tiniest Town with the Biggest Halloween Spirit.” As one of the many events supporting its claim in the … more
Brian Footen has spent the majority of his working days inside a kayak, with Oct. 1 taking him to the Nisqually Delta. That’s because Footen’s organization, EarthViews, is in the … more
A federal jury in Tacoma unanimously found that Roy Police Officer Christopher Johnson violated the Fourth Amendment rights of David Rice and Seth Donahue, when he shot them as they were traveling, … more
To cap off the first full week of Autumn, about 3,000 people shopped and toured through Yelm’s first Fall Harvest Festival at Yelm City Park on Saturday, Sept. 25. The festival featured … more
Before shutting off its splash pad until next summer, the city of Yelm opened the popular water features for its beloved canine residents on Sunday, Sept. 26. more
People with long beards like Joel Strasser’s might be used to getting food stuck in their tangle, but Strasser puts objects there on purpose. He was featured on “Live with Kelly and … more
During each of this summer’s three king salmon openings for the Nisqually Tribe, the tribe has purchased between 7,000 and 10,000 pounds of fish to distribute to Nisqually members as part of … more
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