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Puyallup, Washington is located in Pierce County. Zip codes in Puyallup, WA include 98374, 98375, and 98373. The median home price in Puyallup is $259,900 which is roughly $142/per square foot. More Puyallup information.

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15 hrs ago | U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

DEA.gov / Seattle News Releases,

July 22 Today, seven people were charged in connection with explosions tied to the illegal and dangerous practice of extracting hash oil from marijuana.

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19 hrs ago | The News Tribune

Federal prosecutors charge two in hash oil explosion at Puyallup house

Federal prosecutors have charged two Pierce County men in connection with a hash oil laboratory that exploded in Puyallup May 20. The case against Seth Cleek, 31, and Kevin Weeks Jr., 24, was announced Tuesday along with charges against five others for separate hash oil explosions in Bellevue, Kirkland and Seattle.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

Federal Way Mirror

Federal Way business donates food to 23 rescued sharpeis

Federal Way pet store Simply Paws donated about 2,500 pounds of dog food to help feed 23 Sharpei dogs rescued from an Issaquah breeder.

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The Olympian

Rep. Denny Heck undergoes surgery to remove gallbladder

U.S. Rep. Denny Heck was hospitalized and had surgery to remove a gallbladder on Sunday, aides said Monday.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

The News Tribune

Workout fundraiser set for student assistance organization at Rogers

Finer Future, a nonprofit organization started by Rogers High School student Conor Collins, has already awarded its first scholarship and is working to raise money for its student activities and tutoring initiative.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

Kitsap Sun

Stormwater solutions key in fight for Puget Sound

Jenifer McIntyre is a Washington State University researcher who is trying to understand the effect of stormwater on salmon.

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The News Tribune

Puyallup City Council, citizens group both support Sounder parking...

Sound Transit has a lot of feedback to work with – some of it conflicting – as the board of the regional transit agency closes in on plans for more Sounder commuter parking and other changes at the Puyallup station.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

Seattle Gay News

Medical marijuana workers unionize

Dutch Master's Organic Gardens collective has been in business since 2011, and is the first medical marijuana business in Washington to unionize.

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The Raw Story

'No soup for you!': Washington mayor officially rebuked...

The mayor of Puyallup, Washington was officially rebuked for making a joke he claimed was based on the popular NBC sitcom Seinfeld , The News Tribune reported.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

Kent Reporter

A new neighborhood center, place to live for Tukwila | Tukwila Village

Tukwila Village will break ground on Aug. 1, fulfilling a 20-year-old vision to turn a stretch of Tukwila International Boulevard into a vibrant neighborhood center.

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Bellingham Herald

Workout fundraiser planned for Rogers High senior's student assistance organization

Finer Future , an organization started by Roger High student Conor Collins, has already awarded its first scholarship and is working to raise money for its student activities and tutoring initiative.

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The News Tribune

Semi crashes on SR512, spills 46,000 pounds of scrap metal

A semi-truck crashed on state Route 512 early Thursday, tipping over and spilling 46,000 pounds of scrap metal across all lanes near the Pioneer interchange, according to the Washington State Patrol.

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Wed Jul 16, 2014

The News Tribune

Puyallup mayor's joke about staff member results in complaint, council vote denouncing remarks

Puyallup Mayor John Knutsen made a joke, but not everybody was laughing. It resulted in a complaint from a staff member and a split vote form the City Council denouncing his conduct.

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The News Tribune

Our primary picks in 2nd and 31st legislative districts

Today we wrap up our legislative endorsements for the Aug. 5 primary with a visit to the 2nd and 31st districts.

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The News Tribune

Union seeks to represent medicinal cannabis workers in Washington

The United Food & Commercial Workers Union Local 367 announced this week that it has taken the first step in organizing workers who staff medicinal marijuana facilities in the state.

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Tue Jul 15, 2014

The News Tribune

Puyallup man charged in drive-by shooting at former roommate's home

Jeremy Ohnemus was angry at his former roommate over money, so he fired two rounds into the 74-year-old Puyallup man's home, according to court documents.

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Sun Jul 13, 2014

The News Tribune

Historic Puyallup River bridge resists move

Crews worked all day Saturday moving the old steel truss bridge to its new position 60 feet east, where it will carry northbound traffic across the river on State Route 167 in Puyallup.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

The News Tribune

Weekend lane closures on highly traveled SR 167 bridge in Puyallup to cause delays

Commuters in the Puyallup area should prepare for round-the-clock lane closures this weekend at the state Route 167 bridge over the Puyallup River.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

KMVT Twin Falls

Truck Hauling Tortillas Overturns, Blocks Interstate For Over Six Hours

Idaho State Police say a truck hauling Tortillas overturned about 6:44 am Wednesday at milepost 18, near Sand Hollow.

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The News Tribune

Another Seattle shipping line is heading to the Port of Tacoma

A Western Washington-based shipping line will move its major Puget Sound port of call back to the Port of Tacoma in late July after an absence of 31 years.

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