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  • April 19, 2018
    Headlines: Summer ferry fares, Fife Community Garden | County’s supplemental budget puts money into new sheriff deputies | See how levee work along Puyallup River will protect Orville Road | “Garbology” class shows we all need a refresher on how to recycle | Light bulbs, trees, electric cars: sustainable purchases for the planet | Sneak peek at 15-acre Brookville Park under construction in Fife | What’s on social? Homelessness forum & Hunger Walk
  • April 5, 2018
    Headlines: Drug Injection Site ban, School Impact Fees raised, Orting SR 162 congestion | Daffodil Princesses visit Pierce County Council | Tacoma Rainiers kickoff 2018 season with familiar faces | Results are in from the January Point in Time Homeless Count | Sheriff's Department honors acts of valor related to McCartney | What’s on social: Puyallup Farmers Market, April Election, Library card contest
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  • March 22, 2018
    Headlines: Injection site ban, animal control, Volunteer Brunch | 2018 County priorities revealed in State of the County address | Fife police offer free services like car seat checks | Seattle Sounders S2 a home run at Tacoma’s Cheney Stadium| Olympic coach brings gold-medal philosophy to local kid’s soccer camp | What’s on Social: DuPont egg hunt, Daffodil Parade
  • March 8, 2018
    Headlines: Port of Tacoma Cranes, Youth Voter Act, Memorial Day Veterans Brick | 2018 State of the County Preview with Bruce Dammeier | Pierce County K-9 Unit welcomes new police dog | Lincoln High School students hold a special election | Shaw Road closure coming soon to add turn lane
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  • February 22, 2018
    Headlines: Feb. Special Election, State Election Bills, PCRC Annual Meeting | Sumner holds open house on Town Center Plan to accommodate growing community | Agreement adds flexibility to WATF-1 in-state deployments | Pierce County Library launches new survey, looking for feedback about priorities | Bates Food Truck program offers mobile culinary classroom
  • February 8, 2018
    Headlines: Point Ruston agreement, Trueblood funding, Horizons breakfast | Follow a team during the 2018 Point-in-Time Homeless Count | Overnight counting, mobile app to impact Homeless Count statistics | County leaders hold Opioid Summit, launch task force | Preparing for a Property Tax increase in 2018 | DuPont officials recount city response during derailment
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  • January 25, 2018
    Headlines: Free tax help, dog flu, Feb. Special Election | Pierce County remembers Deputy Daniel McCartney | It’s #DemoDay for Sumner’s Red Apple Market | Economic forecast for Sumner, Puyallup and South Hill | WA Sick Leave Law could help minimize spread of flu | New website for reporting & tracking code violations
  • January 11, 2018
    Pierce County Sheriff’s Dept. mourns fallen Deputy Daniel McCartney | Community shows support in procession for McCartney | Volunteers needed for Pierce County’s Point in Time homeless count Jan. 26 | Removable tab on ballot will be new for Pierce County voters
  • January 4, 2018
    Innovative motor boat measures storm water ponds | Jail maintenance crew brings clarity with LED | Foreclosure Avoidance Team helps people stay in their homes | Team provides services to people experiencing homelessness along Puyallup River | Norma Pancake knows how to Stop the Bleeding | One woman holds down the fort in the Executive’s office | Managing a sewer division takes strong leadership
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