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  • Move from flood zone brings heartache, hope to longtime farm family

    Pierce County buys 80-year-old family farm as a key piece of a flood control plan near the Puyallup River. Owners Robert and Joanne Dimond share memories of the former dairy farm founded by Joanne's grandfather.

Pierce County buys 80-year-old family farm as a key piece of a flood control plan near the Puyallup River. Owners Robert and Joanne Dimond share memories of the former dairy farm founded by Joanne's grandfather. Michael Simpson msimpson@thenewstribune.com
Pierce County buys 80-year-old family farm as a key piece of a flood control plan near the Puyallup River. Owners Robert and Joanne Dimond share memories of the former dairy farm founded by Joanne's grandfather. Michael Simpson msimpson@thenewstribune.com

Sale of Puyallup Valley farm will help in battle against flooding

May 17, 2017 11:00 AM