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In case you weren't able to attend, Pierce County TV has posted a YouTube video and is replaying the Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony that took place in Lakewood over the next few weeks. Comment?
More than 100 representatives from local law enforcement, fire and emergency management agencies will participate in an active-shooter exercise at the Washington State Fair Events Center on Thursday, May 9. There will be a morning and afternoon session. Comment?
April 21, 2013 DUI : Police arrested a woman on suspicion of DUI after observing her driving erratically on eastbound State Route 410 from 211 th Avenue East toward 214 th Avenue East at about 11:30 p.m. She was also cited for driving without headlights on after dark. Comment?
Members of the Puyallup Sumner Chamber of Commerce Leadership Institute are currently collecting items for their hygiene drive to support local food banks. Comment?
FFA and 4-H students worked hard to prepare for the Northwest Junior Livestock Show and Sale, and the results show how successful they were. Comment?
The city of Sumner reported in last week's e-newsletter edition of Community Connections that the Puyallup/Sumner Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Institute is collecting toiletries for the Sumner Food Bank. Comment?
Tacoma's Sixth Avenue is going to get an exciting new addition this spring: Trappers Sushi. Comment?
There are only two more days until ballots for the April 23 special election are due. Comment?
With events like Parks Appreciation Day and the Spring Fair in Puyallup going on this weekend, will the weather cooperate? The National Weather Service in Seattle is forecasting showers through Friday night and scattered showers throughout Saturday. Comment?
April 11, 2013 Property Damage : A police cruiser sustained $100 in damages to the front side marker lense after some kind of debris fell from a truck operated by City Transfer Inc. Comment?
Opening day at the Spring Fair in Puyallup was overcast and rainy but it didn't stop families and fairgoers from enjoying the afternoon. Comment?
On Earth Day and beyond, Pierce County residents can go green as they tackle their spring cleaning to-do list. Comment?
The success of popular consignment sales events such as those by the Just Between Friends children's and maternity franchise has not gone unnoticed by the many parents - many of them women - who shop them. Comment?
It's tough to cope with situations that just don't make sense. Following the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary , several Puyallup bloggers shared their thoughts and opened the lines of neighborhood communication about school safety and gun-ownership rights. Comment?
Pierce County Library System will be recognizing its volunteers and thanking them for their service next week for the National Volunteer Week, April 21-27. In 2012, volunteers at Pierce County Library System gave 5,941 hours and kept books and materials orderly and clean, took photos at events, and offered other valuable and greatly appreciated ... (more) Comment?
There was no stopping the throngs of spectators from descending on downtown Sumner Saturday afternoon to welcome the 80th Annual Daffodil Festival Parade. Comment?
The 80th Annual Daffodil Parade "The Magic of Music" is Saturday, April 13, 2013. Comment?
Following up from last summer's report that the Sumner School District decided to close the McAlder Elementary School site , located in Puyallup, the School Board is looking to declare the property as surplus and will be holding a public hearing on the matter on May 8. Last summer, the district Facilities Planning Committee studied different ... (more) Comment?
The martial arts school, Q's Taekwondo , recently left Bonney Lake and reopened in Puyallup, according to Antonio Quiming, who owns and instructs at Q's Taekwondo. Comment?
Sumner Downtown Association Program Manager Laurie Miller doesn't mind answering questions from natives and tourists alike about all the reasons Sumner is a great little community, but when the volume of questions reflects an obvious confusion over some of the events coming up this summer, Miller wants to set the record straight. Comment?