– “New coach gives Rainier promise”
“The first indication of the Rainier Mountaineers turnaround is seen by the black T-shirts new coach Terry Shaw provided to his players when he was hired in March.
The T-shirts read as follows in orange lettering: A new beginning of Rainier Football starts with me,'” quoting Meg Wochnick in The Olympian.
– Fair Game Sports Bar & Grill now has a sign out front – progress must be happening
Fair Game Sports Bar & Grill located at 113 Yelm Ave. SE (formerly Willoughbys) was purchased earlier this year by Mark Valerio.
– “Thurston County Considers Expansion of Agritourism Zoned Land”
“BENEFITS: Local Farmers Request Joining Overlay District Intended to Preserve Agricultural Land, Boost Economy”
By Lisa Broadt in The Chronicle (Centralia).
Read more from The Olympian:
– “Helix Group designs app to keep kids safe”
“Helix Group, a Tumwater-based web and application design company, held a live demo of its newly developed emergency communication software today [Aug. 22] at Rainier Middle School in Rainier.
The software enables teachers and school administrators to communicate more efficiently with emergency responders. ‘And also communicate period,’ explained Heather Weissinger, business coordinator at Helix.
quoting Katie Scaff in the Business Examiner.
Ed. Note: Several Helix Group employees formerly lived/worked in Yelm, some where I was also employed. Helix Group has also assisted the Yelm Community Blog over the years, people I trust to handle this blog’s web needs..