Cho Shimizu and Elsie Yotsuuye Taniguchi were just small children when their families were forced from their farms in the Puyallup Valley into the Camp Harmony Japanese internment camp at the Puyallup Fairgrounds.
Girls from across the state gathered at Camp Thunderbird in Olympia Oct. 5-7 to participate in the first BSA Boot Camp for Girls, which prepares them for joining Scouts BSA, or Boy Scouts, in February 2019.
Tristia Bauman, attorney for the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty, visited Puyallup on Sept. 24, 2018 to discuss lawsuits and rights for members of the homeless population and their service providers.
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.
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