Pierce County News for the week of Nov. 16, 2017 Video by: Pierce County

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Pierce County News for the week of Nov. 16, 2017

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Pierce County News for the week of Nov. 16, 2017

Address changes coming to Key Peninsula, Anderson & Fox Islands

• University Place sees construction boom as new businesses move in

• Santa Paws promises adorable pet photos with St. Nick in U.P.

• Holiday shopping guide: buy local in Sumner and Puyallup

• Sumner grower DeGoede nurtures colorful crop of poinsettias

• I am Pierce County: Norma Pancake knows how to Stop the Bleeding

• Pierce County Parks & Recreation: Fantasy Lights & Santa’s Mystery Brunch

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