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Bittinger, Ball place for Gig Harbor High at Mat Classic

The Gig Harbor High School wrestling team ended up with two state placers at the Class 3A Mat Classic state tournament over the weekend at the Tacoma Dome. Senior John Bittinger took fifth place in the 152-pound weight class and junior Zayne Ball placed seventh in the 160-pound weight class.

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Kidnapped, shot and left for dead, woman survives to tell tale

In 2003, Erica Myron was robbed at her Arizona home, kidnapped and shot multiple times. The 35-year-old survived but was paralyzed from the waist down. She moved to Puyallup in 2012 and her inspiring story of recovery and rebirth recently earned her a Transforming Lives Award from the Washington State Association of College Trustees.

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Kidnapped, shot and left for dead, woman survives to tell tale

In 2003, Erica Myron was robbed at her Arizona home, kidnapped and shot multiple times. The 35-year-old survived but was paralyzed from the waist down. She moved to Puyallup in 2012 and her inspiring story of recovery and rebirth recently earned her a Transforming Lives Award from the Washington State Association of College Trustees.
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Kidnapped, shot and left for dead, woman survives to tell tale

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Girl’s essay on why Puyallup is special wins contest 1:23

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Peninsula High students building their own futures 1:14

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