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Puyallup is located five miles east of Tacoma. It was named after the Puyallup Native American Tribe, and means "the generous people." Every year the city hosts the Daffodil Festival Parade. The parade includes several floats that are mostly covered in daffodils, or are daffodil themed. Puyallup is known for the myriad antiques stores. It is one of many cities in Washington that contain an old fashioned downtown shopping area.

Population: 33011
Local Newspapers: Herald News Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Seattle Mariners (MLB) Seattle Seahawks (NFL)
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Zip Codes associated with puyallup, washington: 98371 98372 98373 98374 98375
Towns/Cities near puyallup, washington : Sumner Bonney Lake South Hill Summit Waller South Hill

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South Hill resident, Yvonne "Vonnie" Thorpe, recently donated a substantial portion of her Japanese glass fishing float collection to the Westport South Beach Historical Society for permanent display in the Westport Maritime Museum. The rare floats - 34 of them in many different colors, shapes and sizes - are housed on the first floor in the former Coast Guard Station's Day Room, next to the gift shop.

Previously: Daffodil Princess. Now: healthcare activist

Being a Daffodil Princess in Pierce County is not about winning a pageant. Kelty Pierce, 19, is emphatic on that point.

Sewing with Nancy

SEWING WITH NANCY, TV's longest- running sewing program, continues the tradition of bringing the best in contemporary sewing, quilting and home decorating ideas to public television viewers. Join Nancy Zieman and her guests as they share their love of the sewing arts by exploring the latest ideas in one of the country's most popular crafts.

100 years ago in Spokane: Davenport, other restaurants charge raise...

Davenport's Restaurant was now charging an extra five cents for any meal with potatoes and other restaurants had followed suit as a result of vegetable shortages caused, in part, by war in Europe, The Spokesman-Review reported on Feb. 22, 1917. The newspaper also reported that a Puyallup cannery owner came to Green Bluff to ask fruit growers if they would like to have a branch cannery.

75 years ago, Japanese internment sparked economic and cultural fears in Puget Sound

A memorandum from April 1942 to Washington Gov. Arthur B. Langlie discusses the number of farms taken over after the relocation of Japanese Americans. This is a replica of a room where internees had to stay while at Camp Harmony at the Washington State fairgrounds in Puyallup.

On 75th anniversary of internment, Trump travel ban resonates with Seattle's Japanese Americans

It wasn't until they were locked behind barbed-wire fences, and assigned to either barracks or horse stalls for living quarters at the state fairgrounds in Puyallup, that it all suddenly became real. Until that moment it did not seem possible that the United States would turn against its own citizens, said Louise Kashino-Takisaki, 90, of Seattle.

Puyallup lawmaker fined $5,000 over Facebook posts

The Legislative Ethics Board has fined Rep. Melanie Stambaugh $5,000, saying that she violated ethics rules by posting state-funded photos and videos to a Facebook page she used during her campaign. The ethics board on Friday released a ruling that was signed Tuesday against the Puyallup Republican.

Crews open 1 westbound I-90 lane after landslide

A landslide blocked all lanes of Interstate 90 east of Sunset Way in Issaquah except one, Thursday morning, February 16, 2017. WSDOT officials reported crews had opened one westbound lane around 7:20 a.m., while the others will remain closed for assessment.

Mudslides close roads in 3 cities, westbound I-90 in Issaquah

Update as of 7:21 a.m.: WSDOT opened a single lane of westbound I-90 just east of East Sunset Way to allow backed up traffic to pass through. Crews will then shut the lane again and proceed with cleaning up debris from the mudslide.

Rescued gulls are released at Tacoma Tideflats

A herd of deer made its way across Main Street in Downtown Ketchum, as captured on video by Gabe Dessert at Ketchum Pawn on Jan. 31. The deer are familiar to locals, who say other critters tend to roam the mountain town, too. Close to 3,000 protesters took to the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in response to President Donald Trump's order that restricts immigration to the U.S. The protesters gathered Saturday evening and continued into Sunday morning.

New FEMA maps show hundreds of Pierce Co. residents may need

New FEMA flood-mapping has determined that 800 properties that weren't considered "high risk" for flooding before, now fall under that category. "This is a very ugly lakefront property, I guess," shrugged Parkland homeowner Diane Olson-Howard looking through her fence gate to a giant pool of water in the greenbelt behind her home.

Tropical flavor

The hottest spot in Julia and Ernie Graham's garden in Puyallup, Washington, is around the swimming pool. The site is also plagued by poor soil.

Schools look to shed liability for off-campus crimes

Public schools are trying to reduce their liability for off-campus wrongdoing after the state Supreme Court said the Bethel School District could be held responsible for the rape of a student off school grounds. The court's ruling has schools worried they will be exposed to new lawsuits and risk losing liability insurance.

Construction firm cited for $200K in safety violations

The News Tribune reports that the state Department of Labor & Industries cited J & I Construction of Puyallup for 13 violations at a residential construction site in Olympia. According to a department new release, an investigation that started in May found that workers were exposed to falls and other hazards.

Puyallup woman moves audience with story of survival, leadership

When Puyallup resident Elisa Hays took the stage at the Western Fairs Association in Reno, Nev., on Jan. 13, she began her talk, "When Life Hits You Like a Truck," with an anecdote from her childhood. "I am 4, and I'm on a big stage with bright lights and a whole big audience.

CarlsonCast Feb.9--Hour1

South Carolina US Senator Tim Scott reads some vile and hateful messages directed at him for his support of Sen. Jeff Sessions as US Attorney General. Scott pictured in this 2011 file photo at a Veteran's Day event in South Carolina.

Wanna feel like a big shot? Try renting a Lamborghini

Brutus, a 900-pound grizzly bear, was brought by Montana Grizzly Encounter to the Washington Sportsmen's Show at the fairgrounds in Puyallup. Several thousand pro-life supporters gathered on the steps of the Legislative Building in Olympia for the 39th Annual Washington State March for Life rally Jan. 23. Tacoma resident Mike Guza's surveillance cameras recorded a woman stealing his mail while he was at his home on E. 34th St. last week.

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