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Editor’s Note: The Chronicle is working to assist local businesses suffering from the effects of the COVID-19 virus spread and associated government orders to close or limit commerce. There will be a feature on a local business in each edition of The Chronicle and at chronline.com moving forward. To be considered, email reporter Eric Trent at etrent@chronline.com. Additionally, The Chronicle will continue to offer its coverage of the coronavirus and its effects across the community, state and nation free outside of our paywall at chronline.com.

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“Established 2032” reads a sign hanging above the entrance to Tenino Time Machine, a place where people can find many unique items they may, or may not, be searching for. 

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The Yelm Farmers Market is back at Yelm City Park and will offer fresh produce and products from small businesses that will be geared for children and adults alike from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday, from May 25 to Oct. 26.