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Pierce County News for the week of Oct. 5, 2017

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Pierce County News for the week of Oct. 5, 2017

• Key Peninsula homeowners discover danger of not servicing a septic system

• Don’t be alarmed if you see an appraiser inspecting homes in Tacoma

• New road in Bonney Lake gives drivers direct route to Tehaleh

• Another bad flu season on the horizon for Pierce County after 49 deaths last year

• New Fife City Manager sworn in at council meeting

• New services for domestic violence victims at Family Justice Center

• Crisp, fall weather ushers big crowd to Steilacoom Apple Squeeze

• Pierce County Parks & Recreation: Haunted Harbor, haunted ghost walk

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