Much has changed in Puyallup’s downtown business core, but one local barber shop has stayed the same. This year, the owner of Valley Barber Shop celebrates its 50th year of operation out of its current location.
The Comics, Graphics and Illustration (CGI Club) at Glacier View Junior High aims to provide a place for students to discuss their favorite books, movies and art, and helps those students get their artwork out into the world.
MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care clinic on South Hill was awarded the 2017 Rising Star Award for Business Innovations by the Puyallup-Sumner Chamber of Commerce in January. The award hangs on the wall in the clinic.
First Move: America’s Foundation for Chess founder Erik Anderson donated $7,500 to the family of Staff Sgt. Bryan Black, a former Puyallup resident who died in Niger in October. The money will go toward a memorial for Black.
The Russell Family Foundation announced the transition of the Puyallup Watershed Initiative to an independent nonprofit in January. The transition will allow for the initiative to foster programs and partnerships in the community.