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  • By Andrew Kollar dkollar@yelmonline.com
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On Tuesday, Yelm City Council and members of the community discussed the proposed acquisition of the vacant building, formerly home to Fairpoint Communications for the relocation of City Hall.

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  • By Racquel Muncy rmuncy@yelmonline.com
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The Barony of Glymm Mere, a barony within the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), is doing their part to recreate and preserve the Middle Ages. From May 11 to May 13 Tenino City Park will be transformed into a Renaissance-era town.

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  • By Daniel Warn dwarn@yelmonline.com
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The Senior Center of Rainier published a “Historical Cookbook” that is designed to keep the memories of distant times alive in what we eat.

  • By Nisqually Valley News
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With new events sweeping the Nisqually Valley and the official designation as a Gateway to Mount Rainier, city officials will accept grant applications for special events to increase tourism.

  • By Jordan Nailon jnailon@chronline.com
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When you’re wandering around a rolling prairie carved out by the hulking glaciers of the last ice age it’s easy to develop a warped sense of time and space.

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  • by Daniel Warn dwarn@yelmonline.com
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For a library that hosts yoga events, book clubs and a plethora of children’s activities, Yelm Timberland Library hasn’t lost track of some of its most vulnerable community members.

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More than 100 people gathered at the Yelm Community Center last Friday to celebrate the city’s 22nd annual Arbor Day as a “Tree City.”