Young Life Capernaum Club offers support and friendship
From raffles to buddy games, the Young Life Capernaum Club tries to bring joy into the Greater Tacoma community twice a month. The program is specifically designed for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Formerly from Ivy Technical Community College in Indianapolis, Indiana, new Pierce College Puyallup president Darrell Cain used some tricks to learn how to pronounce the name of the city he now calls home.
More than 1000 Puyallup teachers and supporters marched outside the Puyallup School District office and rallied in Pioneer Park on Friday. Teachers are currently on strike over contract negotiations with the district.
Central Pierce Fire & Rescue is beginning construction on a new Station 72 in South Hill this month. The state-of-the-art station will take the place of two others and accommodate for future growth in the South Hill area.
The lip sync video challenge has been accepted by law enforcement agencies around the country. Now the Puyallup Police Department is preparing to unveil their production later this month with help from the community. Here's a sneak peek.
Bob Juranich and Bob Johnson built antique planes for the last 30 years. Now, they have 15 of them and counting. Their work are on display in the Point Fosdick Antique Airplane Hangar at the Tacoma Narrows Airport in Gig Harbor, Wash.
MultiCare released a video about Pierce County's first inpatient and outpatient unit for pregnant women struggling with addiction opening at Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup. Local women share their stories.
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