Pierce County News for the week of Nov. 30 2017 Video by: Pierce County

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Pierce County News for the week of Nov. 30 2017

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Pierce County News for the week of Nov. 30 2017

• Pierce County Council dedicates $2.5M to Behavioral Health in 2018

• Adoption Day gives 11 children forever homes in Pierce County

• Career Day wows students with exhibits and demand for labor jobs

• I-5 northbound Exit 133 reopens to Tacoma City Center

• Follow the journey of Tacoma’s downtown Christmas Tree

• Pierce County Parks & Recreation: Making Spirits Bright Ice Show, Winter Break Camp

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