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Residents of Rainier can celebrate their independence two days early. The Red White Blue Agency will host a “Retro Rainier Independence Day Celebration” on July 2 from 2 to 8 p.m. at … more
Enjoy these snapshots of articles written in past issues of the Nisqually Valley News from 45, 35, 25 and 15 years ago, respectively. A Look Back at This Week, 45 Years Ago - A Yelm home was … more
Yelm Police Department  Catalytic Converter Theft Reported at Yelm Cinemas Yelm police officers responded to a call at around 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 31 when a customer of Yelm Cinemas … more
New officers Brian Mooney and Joseph Murphy are pictured with Yelm Police Chief Todd Stancil and Assistant Chief Rob Carlson. Mooney and Murphy graduated from their initial training at the … more
Members of the Cascade Warbirds will be flying and exhibiting their aircraft at the Olympic Flight Museum Airshow held Fathers’ Day weekend, June 18-19. These historic military planes from … more
With record-high road deaths reported in Washington last year and preliminary data for this year showing the trend in fatalities continuing to increase, Washington officials are planning to embark on … more
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission released a statement on Tuesday inviting visitors to come to state parks for free on June 11, June 12 and June 19. On those days, visitors will … more
Thurston County reported a decrease in COVID-19 cases as the health department tallied 716 new cases and 10 deaths during the period of May 23 through May 29. The deaths included two women in … more
The Yelm Veterans of Foreign Wars post and the American Legion joined together on Memorial Day to honor those who died defending the United States. Nearly 30 people attended the memorial service … more
Olivia Coverdale, known as Liv, is set to graduate from Pacific Lutheran University with magna cum laude honors on Saturday, May 28. At just 16 years old, Coverdale will be the youngest female to … more
South Puget Sound Community College recently announced the addition of coach Zachary Smith to its men’s basketball team. Smith will also work as the educational and career planner for the … more
Azariah Carter said he has always been incredibly competitive. That’s perhaps why Carter is so driven. Set to graduate this year, Carter will be one of the only NCAA D1 athletes from Yelm … more
The Yelm City Council voted during its May 24 meeting to make several changes to its unified development code. Some of the changes were listed as “minor” by city staff and amounted to … more
The Nisqually Land Trust recently celebrated its latest conservation project with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Nisqually River’s McKenna Reach, located around 2 miles upstream from the … more
Members of the community gathered to celebrate the unveiling of Yelm’s new fitness pad during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, May 28. Yelm Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Line … more
The city of Yelm named a new street after longtime history teacher and Yelm historian Ed Bergh, who died in 2017 of a chordoma brain tumor. The street, Bergh Court Southeast, is off of Mill Road, … more
Clarus Eye Centre’s plan to serve Yelm and its surrounding communities has been in the works for years and now has become a reality. While the main location for the eye center is in Lacey, … more
Physical education teacher George Goss will be inducted into the Pacific Northwest Semi-Pro Football Hall of Fame on Nov. 6. After the original induction in 2021 was postponed, Goss will finally … more
Thursday, June 2 Senior Lunches The Yelm Adult Community Center will hold its weekly lunches at 11:30 a.m. to noon on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Senior Services for the South Sound … more
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