A stalled proposal for a 5,000-home development in Yelm worries some military advocates in the South Sound because it could infringe on Army training areas at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. A part of the base near Yelm is often a place for helicopter training, firing ranges and artillery drills.
A stalled proposal for a 5,000-home development in Yelm worries some military advocates in the South Sound because it could infringe on Army training areas at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. A part of the base near Yelm is often a place for helicopter training, firing ranges and artillery drills. Peter Haley Staff photographer
A stalled proposal for a 5,000-home development in Yelm worries some military advocates in the South Sound because it could infringe on Army training areas at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. A part of the base near Yelm is often a place for helicopter training, firing ranges and artillery drills. Peter Haley Staff photographer

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