Alyssa McGee is an independent, self-motivated 17-year-old senior at Sumner High School who stays busy with not only school but raising her flock of 20 breeding sheep, a supervised agricultural experience project that she’s done as a member of her local Future Farmers of America chapter.
As a student at the University of Washington, Logan Fitzgerald, a Puyallup High School graduate, was growing tired of sitting in traffic while commuting from campus to his summer job at the Space Needle last year.
Members of the Puyallup Eagles Aerie No. 2308 are growing more and more concerned as the days pass that Sound Transit will end up constructing an estimated 500-stall parking garage on all three lots the group owns.
For most school districts in Washington state, new school buses come from either voter-approved transportation levies or through the state paying the school district the depreciation value of the bus over its projected lifetime.