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The Washington Military Department recognized Puyallup for coordinating the largest volcano evacuation drill ever in the United States, with more than 8,000 students from 20 different schools walking part of their lahar evacuation routes.
Reporting for South Sound Business, Andrew Fickes explains how Puyallup's diverse economy helps make it a Pierce County powerhouse.
Thanks to the work of volunteers, there's another Little Free Library in Puyallup. Article by Allison Needles.
An article by Steven Dunkelberger in the Tacoma Weekly describes progress being made to extend SR 167 from Puyallup to Tacoma. This project will construct the remaining four miles of SR 167 between Meridian in Puyallup and I-5 in Tacoma.
For several years, the City of Puyallup has worked to ensure the best of two options for the future SR 167/Meridian/Valley Avenue interchange when SR 167 is extended between Meridian and I-5.
As described on the City's website, Puyallup has consistently ad...
At WSU Puyallup, researchers are trying to figure out how to best protect our local waterways from toxic chemicals. KIRO 7's Jeff Dubois explains more.
On August 23, 2016, the Puyallup City Council approved the purchase of 3.06 acres of land on 39th Avenue SE as the possible future location of a new public safety building.
This action was taken pursuant to the Council's stated interest in eventually ...Read on...
The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce's special publication "Building with Concrete" featured the 2016 Excellence in Concrete Construction Award Winners as chosen by the Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association. Page 7 describes Puyallup'...Read on...