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Pierce County News for the week of April 13, 2017.

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Pierce County News for the week of April 13, 2017

New ballot style, new election system coming to Pierce County

• Homeless data breakdown: survey shows more people are sleeping outside

• South Sound 911 moves Tacoma Fire to new communication system

• Two County parks need volunteers for Parks Appreciation Day

• Daffodil Festival princesses visit Pierce County Council

• Sumner’s daffodil float finds paradise with Daffodilian award

Tacoma Rainiers swing for the fences at home opener

Pierce County Parks & Recreation: Spring Fever ISI skating competition, Kidz soccer classes

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First family officially moves into Ten Trails

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Townsend drafted by Toronto, now pitching professionally

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Pamphlets, primary ballots headed for voters’ hands

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