Joe Barnes got down on one knee at the Sumner Cemetery to proposal to his girlfriend of six years, Kristi Giste. Giste's father passed away in 2011, and her mother passed away last year. Both were put to rest at the Sumner Cemetery. Barnes knew it would mean a lot of to Giste to be surrounded by those she loves, and invited 17 friends to surprise Giste at the proposal on Oct. 2.
Marriage proposal at Sumner Cemetery
Students at Rogers High celebrate college commitment
New sculptures add pizzazz to Puyallup
Puyallup icon Irene Bradley on turning 100
Franklin Pierce bus driver saves his crashes for the demolition derby
Camping for free Chick-fil-A
Deputies investigate shooting in Parkland apartment
Highlights as Tristian Kwon leads Lincoln to 62–14 win over Bonney Lake
Lincoln coach says he got encouragment from visit with UW coach Chris Petersen
Lakes coach Dave Miller discusses 38–28 win over Stadium
Timberline blanks North Thurston in Thurston County's oldest rivalry game
Parents speak to man who fatally shot their daughter
Longtime Puyallup resident Irene Bradley will turn 100 in May and city is planning to help throw a birthday party in her honor. She and her husband, Ward, used to own the land which became the 59-acre Bradley Lake Park before the city bought it in 1997.
People gathered at Chick-fil-A in Puyallup Wednesday in order to camp out for the opening of the store. Some had arrived as early as 5:15 in the morning in order to get one of the 100 gift cards the franchise said it would be giving away at 6 a.m. Thursday.
Tristian Kwon had 13 carries for a season-high 185 yards and four total touchdowns as the Lincoln High School football team cruised to a 62-14 victory over Bonney Lake on Friday to clinch the 3A Pierce County League title.
Lincoln coach Masaki Matsumoto said University of Washington's football coach, Chris Petersen, stopped by Lincoln earlier on Friday before their game against Bonney Lake and they talked about a past discussion they had about Matsumoto persevering as the Abes' new football coach from California.
Now that the tunneling machine Bertha’s work is complete, it’s possible to fly a drone with a video camera from end-to-end inside Seattle’s SR 99 tunnel. In two minutes, you’ll see two miles of ongoing construction work. The upper roadway of the tunnel’s double-deck highway is more than 85% complete. Up next? Installation of the lower roadway, and all the systems it takes to operate a modern tunnel. Video courtesy of WSDOT.