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October 2018

Fall dahlias, salmon fishing, scarecrows and more.

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Lisa Bryan October 1, 2018
This month we bring you stories of the past and questions about our future. This month we also ask for your support.
Lisa Bryan

October 1, 2018
Do your research on I-1639 before you cast your ballot.
Meredith Browand

October 1, 2018
I-1639 may treat the symptoms of gun violence but it will not solve the problem.
Rob Vajko

October 1, 2018
I read at least two library books a week, many ordered from locations throughout the Pierce County Library system.
Phyllis Henry

October 1, 2018
October was the Time of Dog Salmon for the native people throughout southern Puget Sound.
Lynn Larson

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Christopher Ryan Lauderbaugh, 24, died unexpectedly Sept. 6, 2018.

Sheila Hazel (Elliott) Weaver died at home surrounded by family Sept. 15, 2018.

Karen A. Barrow died unexpectedly on Aug. 8 in Spokane, Washington.

Paul Stanley Froode died July 10, 2018 with his family by his side.

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October 1, 2018
The YMCA needs to listen to the community they are serving.

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