Steph Farber, co-owner of LeRoy Jewelers in Tacoma, says he winds the large, free-standing clock outside his shop once a week and resets it to the bi-annual daylight savings time changes the night before.
Steph Farber, co-owner of LeRoy Jewelers in Tacoma, says he winds the large, free-standing clock outside his shop once a week and resets it to the bi-annual daylight savings time changes the night before. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Steph Farber, co-owner of LeRoy Jewelers in Tacoma, says he winds the large, free-standing clock outside his shop once a week and resets it to the bi-annual daylight savings time changes the night before. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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