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SR 167 Puyallup River Bridge could be yours

After more than eight decades of service, the State Route 167 (Meridian Street) Bridge over the Puyallup River has been retired and now the Washington State Department of Transportation is launching an effort to find a new home for the bridge. 173 more words

Sunset From Stewart

Shot with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS; f/5.6; 1/1000; ISO-400; 48mm

Sometimes I’ll take photos while I’m driving. This one, thankfully, I was at a full stop on a bridge. 6 more words

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11204-11206 126th Av Ct E, Puyallup, WA 98374

$389,900

Duplex: 6 bedrooms; 3.5 bathrooms; 2,442 square feet

A turnkey investment opportunity with positive cash flow! Tenants enjoy vaulted ceilings in living rooms, large kitchens, large master bedrooms with double closets, as well as large & private fully fenced yards with patios. 46 more words

Jennifer's Community

13002 119th St Ct E, Puyallup, WA 98374

$279,900

3 bedrooms; 1.5 bathrooms; 1,408 square feet

A beautiful home in peaceful Heather Hills is available! You will love the new exterior paint, deck and landscaped large, level corner lot. 67 more words

Jennifer's Community

2016-17 ALL-USA Washington Baseball Team

USA TODAY High School Sports is proud to announce the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Washington Baseball Team. Players were selected based on their athletic achievements from the 2016-17 season. 271 more words

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New to Market: Puyallup Industrial Bldg with Large Fenced Storage Yard

Neil Walter Company is pleased to present a new market availability in Puyallup. The new property provides an excellent opportunity for a business that requires secured outside storage in addition to a small industrial shop and office.  120 more words

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Burnett holds meeting to arrange festivities on ‘big day’

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, June 28, 1922

By James A. Maltby

On the hillside back of the mine office, last week, was constructed the beginning of what might be called an “outdoor mine.” It consisted of a “chute” made of boards, a cleared space for a counter, another cleared space for a second “chute,” and a path where the gangway was to run—all to be enclosed in boards instead of being underground and enclosed in earth. 1,063 more words

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