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Through floods, celebratory events and everyday life in the greater Nisqually Valley area, staff was there to capture big moments and compelling images in 2022. Here are some photos from the last 12 … more
OLYMPIA — A new year often brings new laws set to go into effect, and this year brings two of the most controversial: a clean fuels standard and a cap-and-trade program. Both programs passed … more
Thursday, Jan. 5  Food Bank The Yelm Community Services food bank, at 624 Crystal Springs St. NW in Yelm, will hold a food giveaway from 1 to 3:45 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 5. Clients cannot … more
Looking to read your favorite magazine or a new book but can’t find it in print? The Timberland Regional Library system has new iPads available for use at its locations.  According to … 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 • Pierce … more
Two Puyallup men accused of attacking four Pierce County power substations over the Christmas holiday were scheduled to appear in U.S. District Court in Tacoma on Tuesday, Jan. 3, on charges of … more
As we prepare to enter a new year, we look back on the headlines of 2022. In this roundup, readers will find one news item from each of the Nisqually Valley News’ editions of the … more
The Nisqually Land Trust recently acquired the rights to protect Baird Cove, an 87-acre forested pocket estuary located on Johnson Point in south Puget Sound. The property includes 4,200 feet of … more
The first Winter Solstice Walk was held on Wednesday, Dec. 21, at Cochrane Memorial Park. With a turnout of nearly 150 people, City of Yelm employee and event organizer Line Roy said the event … more
Winter in Western Washington can be a cold, rainy and sometimes snowy situation. This can make it extremely difficult for those who don’t have a place to stay with a roof over their head. … more
The City of Yelm has officially created a task force to discuss the creation and application for having a Washington state certified creative district within Yelm. A certified creative district is … more
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will be seeking public input on rule making for Columbian white-tailed deer and the Cascade red fox until Jan. 24. The announcement came in a … more
For years, Washington drivers licenses did not meet the REAL ID requirements, meaning that at a certain deadline they could no longer be used by someone for travel. That deadline, however, keeps … more
Washington state carried out three recounts for close races in November’s general election. According to the Washington secretary of state, ballots from the 3rd and 9th U.S. Congressional … more
Washington and Idaho added tens of thousands of people over the last year, according to U.S. Census Bureau numbers released Thursday. This added up to a small population increase in Washington and … more
Last Wednesday, Dec. 21, the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) of Greater Seattle filed a lawsuit against Lewis County, claiming the county commissioners’ denial of a site-specific … more
The crew at South Thurston Fire & EMS started Tuesday morning, Dec. 20, off with what they called “a unique call for help.” A cow had become stuck in a creek on a Tenino property. … 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 • Two Roy … more
“Don’t ever forget them, and don’t ever let their stories die.” Damien Snyder is a Gold Star Family member. Snyder lost his sister, Sgt. Devin A. Snyder, while she was … more
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