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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

Puyallup News
Man Drops Pants When Phone Catches Fire

A man had to take his pants off while shopping at the Puyallup, Washington, Costco Thursday after his cell phone caught fire. "There was so much smoke.

Gunsmith hurt by homemade shotgun explosion

A shotgun welded by an aspiring gunsmith exploded Thursday near Little Mashel Falls and hurt two people, according to the Pierce County Sheriff's Department. Several people called 911 about 3:45 p.m. to report a possible shooting on the Eatonville trail off Alder Cutoff Road East.

Boy, 11, raises funds for friend's service dog

Boy, 11, starts fundraising so his friend can get a service dog to help him deal with a rare disease which makes him randomly loses consciousness and prevents him from going to school A Washington boy has started a school fundraiser to help his ailing friend and fellow student afford a service dog. Spencer Hensley, 11, sent a handwritten letter to his principal Lisa Rowan at Edgerton Elementary School in Puyallup, Washington, requesting permission to sell bracelets on campus as a fundraiser for his friend, Connor McKenna.

Man's smartphone catches fire in his pants at Puyallup Costco

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WA: Pierce Transit Buses Arriving at Later Hours, More Frequently on Some Puyallup Routes

March 15--Some Pierce Transit buses in Puyallup are now running more frequently and at later hours, providing more accessibility and travel options for riders. The changes were implemented on Sunday as a result of Pierce Transit's year-long comprehensive analysis of its entire bus system, which included taking feedback from the public.

Puyallup High graduate invited to D.C. to share her health care story - Thu, 16 Mar 2017 PST

The day President Donald Trump delivered his first speech before a joint session of Congress, a special guest from Puyallup was present. U.S. Rep. Denny Heck, D-Olympia, brought one guest to the event on Feb. 28. That guest was 19-year-old Kelty Pierce, a Puyallup High School graduate, former Daffodil Festival princess and current University of Washington student.

Whata s Happening for March 16

Pioneer Ezra Meeker sports his trademark long white beard while surrounded by admiring citizens and officials at the dedication of the Pioneer Monument and a Ezra Meeker statue Sept. 14, 1926, at what is now Pioneer Park.

Artfully Edmonds: Array of arts possibilities bloom with the arrival of spring

Shown on the right is one of Ms. Johnson's 1,000 works, "Triton's Tribute #413".

Kennewick School District reconsidering speaker for seniors

A speaker whose dating advice has drawn criticism, concern and applause across the nation may appear at Kennewick High School. The school district recently sent out a letter listing Brad Henning, based in Puyallup, as one of the options available for Saturdays seniors need to make up to keep graduation on June 3. Henning's proposed April 15 presentation, titled "Don't Take Love Lying Down," is designed to teach youth about healthy, long-lasting and happy relationships, the letter said.

Heavy rains mean heightened risk of flooding, landslides

A driver blasts through water over the roadway on Woodland Avenue East in Puyallup on Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015, as wet weather continues to plague the region. The driver of the vehicle at left, who asked to remain anonymous, attempted to pass through, though better of it, and then got stuck in a ditch.

Collaboration forms to help reduce elders from falling

EDUCATION. Educating elders about the risks of falling takes place at events like this one on Fall Prevention Awareness Day last September.

GR LJ So | Student fee pays for loans taken out to fund Chinook construction

WSU is using the $98 student fee to pay off loans taken out by the university to fund the Chinook Student Center construction. The overall budget for the project was $32 million with the Absher Construction Company, based in Puyallup, according to the WSU Capital Project list.

Puyallup may impose new rules on homeless center despite lawsuit threats - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 PST

The seven-month wait for Puyallup to decide what new rules will govern a controversial homeless aid center could end next week. That's the message Puyallup City Manager Kevin Yamamoto delivered Tuesday night to a City Council some residents have accused of inaction in the face of problems linked to the city's homeless population.

ICTSI and Port of Portland split on Terminal 6

The two have mutually agreed to terminate a 25-year lease agreement to operate the container facility at the Port's Terminal 6. "On one level it's a disappointment because we invented this relationship five years ago in order to grow and expand the container shipping business here and provide superior service to Oregon and Washington and Idaho-based shippers - but it was not to be," said Bill Wyatt, executive director of the Port, told the Business Tribune. For years, no cargo container boxes have moved out of the Port of Portland's Terminal 6 because of a dispute between its private operator and the union that provides most of the labor - the International Longshore and Warehouse Union .

Poor conditions in 2015 will results in fewer pink salmon returning this year

The popular South Sound pink salmon fishery will not be as robust in recent years, as river conditions in 2015 have led to fewer fish returning to area rivers. The forecast return of pink salmon to the Puyallup River late this summer and into the fall, for example, is 382,000 fish.

Port of Portland reaches agreement to split with terminal operator ICTSI

The Port of Portland and the company operating its container terminal have agreed to part ways at the end of March, nearly a year after the terminal was idled by labor strife. With the departure of Philippine-owned ICTSI Oregon, the Port would be left once again in charge of Terminal 6, Oregon's only container terminal accessible by large ocean-crossing cargo vessels.


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.

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