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A new 4-H club in Yelm is looking for members who enjoy animals, sewing or STEM, otherwise known as science, technology, engineering and mathematics.  The group, which has been named the 4-H … more
Thurston County students in middle and high schools are invited to compete in the first Southwest Washington Scholastic Chess Championships on Feb. 4. Two tournaments will run concurrently. They … more
We Love Rainier WA launched its most recent community service project on the International Day of Education on Jan. 24.  This will be the organization’s second of five community service … more
Thursday, Feb. 2 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, Feb. 2. Clients cannot enter … 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 • Yelm … more
Sirens – Yelm Police Department  Resident Reports Scam Craigslist Posting Yelm police officers responded to a call at around 3 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 23, after a woman called to report … more
After Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old Black man, was beaten by several police officers in Memphis on Jan. 7 and died in a hospital three days later, body cam footage released in the days following … more
Inside what Gov. Jay Inslee described as Washington’s first facility on a “new horizon of behavioral health treatment,” daylight warms the room despite it being a foggy, rainy … more
There were only two seats left vacant in the Tenino High School auditorium during Sunday’s community town hall: one for a representative of the state Department of Corrections (DOC) and one for … more
Washingtonians for Wildlife Conservation announced last week that it intends to sue Gov. Jay Inslee for an “out of balance” wildlife commission that fails to represent multiple … more
A new bill in the Washington State Senate could lower the Blood Alcohol Content threshold for DUIs from 0.08 to 0.05 statewide. The bill, SB 5002, was put forward by state Sen. John Lovick, D-Mill … more
Protesters from the Tenino area on Thursday demonstrated at the Capitol against plans for housing sex offenders at a home south of Maytown.  The facility, owned and run by Supreme Living LLC, … 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 • Yelm … more
When prompted on Thurston County-area legislative priorities during an interview at the Capitol in Olympia on Friday afternoon, House Minority Leader J.T. Wilcox, R-Yelm, smiled and asked, “You … more
Members of the community came out in droves to the Yelm High School stadium on Monday, Jan. 23, to celebrate the city’s first ever 3A state championship win in football. At the event, which … more
Consumers will be able to purchase more low-THC liquid-infused products in a single purchase if a bill in the Legislature wins approval.  “HB 1249 is necessary to ensure that the … more
Starting at The Olympia Ballroom in the state capital’s historic district, students from across Washington carried inflatable orcas and salmon as they marched through the streets of Olympia to … more
Congresswoman Marilyn Strickland, state Rep. Andrew Barkis and Thurston County Commissioner Carolina Mejia participated in a government town hall meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 18 at the Yelm Community … more
Hanford McCloud, a member of the Nisqually Tribal Council, hosted the City of Yelm’s first Storytellers event, where he discussed the history of the Nisqually Indian Tribe’s early … more
Yelm Post Office Reports Theft Yelm police officers responded to an incident at the Yelm Post Office on Thursday, Jan. 19, around 9:45 a.m. after a report of theft was made to police … more
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