Archive of: Yelm

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JZK Inc., Ramtha School win lawsuit

Yelm’s Ramtha School of Enlightenment is enjoying a legal victory this week, following a decision by Judge Gary Tabor of the Thurston County Superior Court in the lawsuit of JZK Inc. v. Virginia Coverdale.

July 2013

New website for Olympia VCB

The Olympia-Lacey-Tumwater Visitor and Convention bureau has debuted a new website,

May 2013

Nisqually Tribe opens new service center

The new Nisqually Tribal Center, which combines under one roof most of the governmental services provided to tribal members, will be dedicated at 10 a.m. tomorrow, May 3.

May 2013

'State budget must serve whole state'

Even as the broad economy is improving slowly, legislators from the less urban parts of the state warn against assuming that the whole state is enjoying the better times seen today in metro-Seattle.

January 2013

State of the Community in Thurston Co.

Representatives from Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater, Yelm and Thurston County will collectively present a "State of the Community" address at the Jan. 9 Thurston County Chamber forum. The address, set for 11:30 a.m. at the Norman Worthington Conference Center at Saint Martin's University, is an annual presentation from community leaders on their perspectives on current issues and future prospects.

January 2013

People on the Move 08/21/2012

Vickie Robello has joined Timberland Bank as a loan officer and branch manager. She will share time between the downtown Olympia and Yelm branches. Robello has more than 35 years experience in mortgage lending.

August 2012

Buying beats renting in most areas after only three years

For most buyers who intend to live in a home for at least three years, buying is a better financial decision than renting, according to a new analysis by Zillow. That timeline is even better in some areas of the South Sound.

August 2012

Ecology issues water right permits to Lacey

The Washington Department of Ecology has issued water right permits to Lacey as part of a package that ensures the city, Olympia and the Nisqually Tribe have enough water to accommodate growth and economic development, while also  enhancing salmon spawning in local streams and rivers during the next three to four decades.

July 2012
ACU opens third in-store branch

ACU opens third in-store branch

America’s Credit Union has opened its third in-store branch at the Walmart at 17100 State Route 507 SE in Yelm.

June 2012

Final paving of Yelm High begins Friday

Final paving of Yelm Highway from Rich Road to Boulevard Road is scheduled for May 11 and 14, weather permitting. The south side of Yelm Highway will be paved on Friday, the north side on Monday, and side roads on Tuesday.

May 2012
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