April 26, 2012-HEADLINES

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Cle Elum Fire Department celebrates 109-year legacy of dedicated volunteers-page B1-Slideshow photos

Sons of Italy christens memory lane with 25 years of … bellissimo-Tales of families and friends knit the Sons of Italy pasta feed into neighborhood event-page B3-photos

Cle Elum’s library-rejuvenated-New hours and more activity-front page

Life Support garners $2M in state funds-KCFD#7 to benefit-front page

House fire under control in ten minutes-Owners will not be able to move into new home right away-front page-photo

City awaits written ruling on airport beacon issue-Report expected to be aired at the first council meeting in May-front page

Ten confirmed pertussis cases countywide-Cle Elum-Roslyn School District issued public health order-page A2

Is Cle Elum America’s most interesting town?-Local author Carel Edgerly thinks so, and her story may make it into Reader’s Digest-page A7

Archeological discovery significant to Native American as and the Nation-Discovery and traditions celebrated at Sla-Hal Gathering, May 5-page A7

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