Archive of: Yelm

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Thurston County: a taste for ?

Iconic local candy manufacturer Ice Chips is joining with visitor promotion folks in the South Sound to identify the "Taste of Thurston County" The vote is up to you.

March 2017

Insurance professional recognized

An insurance agency operator in Lacey and Yelm has been honored by Thurston County's real estate networking group with its annual award.

December 2016

$5,000 to feed families

Families needing to utilize food bank resources will be benefiting from a donation from real estate professionals in Thurston County.

November 2016

'Wheels on the bus' go to winners' circle

South Sound transit operators and mechanics scored well in the recent statewide competition for their on-the-job competencies.

September 2016

Pocket gopher screening proceeds despite ruling

Today, Thurston County that this summer’s property review process for the Mazama Pocket Gopher will continue as normal.

June 2016

Top Places to Work: homes & families

Each individual at South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity is responsible not just for the job assigned, but the whole mission. Employees of TAPCO Credit Union have a similar commitment to their organization and community.

May 2016

New rules: Construction & Gophers

Construction projects in Thurston County this summer may benefit from new process changes to the required environmental reviews to protect native gopher species.

March 2016

Thurston Chamber hosts 2016 State of the Community forum

Elected officials from four cities plus unincorporated parts of the county presented the annual “State of the Community” address at the Thurston County Chamber of Commerce forum today.

January 2016

Cancelled water rights permit could stymie Yelm's growth

Today, in a 6-3 decision, the court reversed the State Department of Ecology's decision to issue a water right permit to the City of Yelm to meet community water needs for anticipated growth.

October 2015

Keystone Masonry :: a Top Place to Work

Modern technology and systems adapted to a 5,000-year-old building craft is the story behind Keystone Masonry based in Yelm, a finalist for "2015 Top Places to Work."

March 2015
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