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Puyallup Tribe tackles homelessness with Flames of Recovery

Flames of Recovery "house mother" Linda Dillon and Tribal Councilmember Sylvia Miller worked hard together on getting the house up and running. photo by Matt Nagle In the midst of all the over-thinking and hand-wringing that comes with what do to about our city's homeless population, the Puyallup Tr

TACOMAWEEKLY.COM - 2017-11-16 19:17:48

Live In Downtown Puyallup For Only $279K

Sure, it's in front of a McDonalds. But it's also next to Happy Donuts. PUYALLUP, WA - Would you give up living in the relatively quiet outer Puyallup neighborhoods to live downtown? This might be the place for you. It's cheap by Puget Sound standards, pretty big, and you'll never have to worry ab

PATCH - 2017-11-16 22:13:31

Puyallup Tribe welcomes code talker Alfred Newman

Alfred Newman was accompanied by Dine Code Talkers Executive Director Vicky Jarvison, here enjoying a laugh in Tribal Council chambers. photo by Matt Nagle The generous and welcoming Puyallup people gave great honor to their name when Navajo code talker Alfred Newman, 3rd Marine Division, paid the T

TACOMAWEEKLY.COM - 2017-11-16 19:12:48

Parents of Green Beret killed in action 'humbled' by Puyallup's effort for them

PUALLUP, Wash. -- The parents of a Green Beret killed in West Africa say they're truly honored the city of Puyallup is holding a public memorial Sunday for their son. Staff Sgt. Bryan Black and three fellow Special Forces soldiers died in an ambush last month. "We're really kind of humbled that the

KOMO NEWS - 2017-11-17 17:58:19

Ranked: Starbucks Locations Near Puyallup

PUYALLUP, WA - Pumpkin spice season is gone, now it's peppermint mocha season (or maybe praline chestnut latte season?). To help you get the best seasonally-appropriate coffee drink possible, we've ranked all the Starbucks nearby according to Yelp* reviews. Here they are: 10) Sumner Fred Meyer Star

PATCH - 2017-11-16 23:05:32

Race for seats on Puyallup, Sumner city councils go down to wire

With the 2017 Pierce County primary election drawing to a close, both Puyallup and Sumner will be seeing some changes on their respective city councils. With all ballots counted as of Thursday, the race for city Puyallup City Council District Pos. 2 was a close one, with Cynthia Jacobsen edging out

TACOMA NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-11-17 00:56:00

Upcoming Events On The Puyallup Calendar

(Nearby) Keep an eye on your mailbox for a flyer and bag from DM Disposal for the 3rd Annual Mayors Food Drive on November 16th. DM disposal will pick up donations for customers inside the Bonney Lake City limits on November 16, 2016 at 7:00 a.m. Non-perishables only. No glass or already opened ite


How The Great Junk Hunt started in Puyallup

Linda Albers hated thrift shopping when she was a little girl living in in Eastern Washington, east of Spokane. She remembered her mother driving her and her siblings to the nearest town to go shopping. "My mom always had a beautiful home ... even if we didn't have a lot of money, she made it look n


Haines City Commission takes step toward Oakland pool

HAINES CITY - A swimming pool in the Oakland community took one step closer to becoming a reality on Thursday night. The City Commission voted 5-0 to contract with Lakeland-based Hydro Solutions to host community forums, speak with commissioners and come up with a conceptual design for a swimming po

THE LEDGER - 2017-11-17 03:22:55

Bartow internal investigation clears police officers of excessive force

BARTOW - Three Bartow police officers didn't use excessive force or exceed their authority during a July 5 arrest that resulted in a police K-9 biting the suspect, according to an internal investigation. Police Chief Joe Hall has determined that officers Michelle Smith, Jordan March and Michael Benn

THE LEDGER - 2017-11-17 22:12:14

Once a nuisance, toxic algae now a severe nationwide threat

MONROE, Mich. - Competing in a bass fishing tournament two years ago, Todd Steele cast his rod from his 21-foot motorboat - unaware that he was being poisoned. A thick, green scum coated western Lake Erie. And Steele, a semipro angler, was sickened by it. Driving home to Port Huron, Michigan, he fel

THE LEDGER - 2017-11-17 03:21:50

School administrator convicted of failing to report abuse gets a new trial

BARTOW - Courtney Stanley, the former school administrator convicted of failing to report accusations that a bus driver was molesting young students, will have another day in court. Circuit Judge Wayne Durden set aside Stanley's guilty verdict Thursday, thereby granting him a new trial, because ther

THE LEDGER - 2017-11-17 03:27:00

Gadget Daddy: Buying an iPhone X? Buy the protection too

That OLED screen on the new $1,000 Apple iPhone X is something to behold. Until it hits the pavement. Two companies had different viewpoints on the same screen this week. The good: Displaymate, which does exhaustive evaluations of monitors, smartphones and watch screens, designated the iPhone X disp

THE LEDGER - 2017-11-17 17:58:57

'There's a world out there'

About 60 local business people gathered Friday morning at Polk State College to discuss the benefits of exporting for local companies not yet participating in international markets. LAKELAND - About 60 local business people gathered Friday morning at Polk State College to discuss the benefits of exp

THE LEDGER - 2017-11-18 02:23:57

Lakeland commissioners review Munn Park multi-monument draft resolution

LAKELAND - Commissioners reviewed a draft resolution today that would keep the Confederate statue in Munn Park and authorize the city staff to produce a new master plan for the city's center square. The resolution would require this master plan to preserve the Confederate Monument in Munn Park, erec

THE LEDGER - 2017-11-17 15:52:09

Letter: Recycling is good for the environment

It is understandable that recycling in times of economic growth and high commodity costs may bring higher profits. Yet, isn't a main goal of recycling to help our environment by eliminating enormous amounts of waste from burdening our ever-increasing landfills? The deletion of glass and most plasti

THE LEDGER - 2017-11-17 05:01:00

Grapevine teen was sold for sex in 20 states. Here's her story

Julia Walsh was forced into sex trafficking when she was 18 by her boyfriend, who needed money for his drug habit. Then a young Grapevine teen, she trusted him in the dark world of sex trafficking, where half of the victims are children. "He pretty much took me to an apartment and said, 'You're stay

FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM - 2017-11-17 21:05:00

A Grapevine victim of sex trafficking tells her story

"Are we not better than this?" Arlington church responds to gun violence Prayer and reflection service for gun control at Greater Community Missionary Baptist Church brought clergy together from Arlington and Fort Worth. Latest News It was the Shemar Show against Southwest Richland wideout S

FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Snake Found in Recycle Bin: Grapevine Police

Grapevine police say city workers got quite a surprise while collecting recycle bins Wednesday. Police tweeted a photo of a Western Ratsnake found in a recycling bin on Sunset Street. Police said the snake was moved to a safe location by Grapevine Animal Services. The ratsnake is a non-venomous snak


Thanks in advance: Six Thanksgiving-inspired dishes at DFW eateries

Can't get enough Thanksgiving? Want an early start? Several restaurants are offering, basically, Thanksgiving meals in miniature - in the form of, say, a burger or a sandwich. Or a waffle. Sure, any restaurant can do a turkey sandwich, and you could also throw one together at home, but in these case

FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM - 2017-11-17 22:58:00