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Staff writer Published October 07, 2012 The Thurston County Fair has always been a showcase for area youth, where they learn how to raise and show animals or gain experience in cooking, photography, sewing and other hobbies. Most of the youth
Rides at the Puyallup Fair glow as the sun goes down Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012. This year's Puyallup Fair will come to an end on Sunday, as well as its name. The Puyallup Fair was originally called the Valley Fair and in 1913 it switched to the Western
tool goes here Convicted Puyallup banker kept reserves in stacks of $100 bills Convicted Puyallup mortgage banker Shawn Portmann's cash reserves consisted of thousands of dollars in neatly packaged bundles of $100 bills stored in a home safe. JOHN
Originally published September 11, 2012 at 10:14 AM Page modified September 11, 2012 at 10:26 AM Heart at the Puyallup Fair: forever young Heart, the venerable Seattle rock group led by sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson, delivered a powerful concert at
A Story of Heart, Soul, and Rock." The Seattle Times invited Cross to share some of his inside stories in this preview of the band's performance at the Puyallup Fair Tuesday...Cross Special to The Seattle Times On the Internet Watch Heart play "
Staff writer Published September 06, 2012 When the Puyallup Fair opens Friday, you'll find all the traditional attractions of horses, Krusty Pups and top-name entertainment. But the 17-day fair has new features this year that range from educational
05 am If it is football that you crave this spring, the fix can be found in Tacoma...Coming off a 34-0 season-opening win at Palouse last weekend, the Tacoma Cobras kick off their Professional Developmental Football League home schedule tonight when
If September seems too long to wait for the Puyallup Fair, have no fear: the Spring Fair is underway this weekend at the Puyallup Fairgrounds, with a wide variety of fair events , rides and foods to make that wait a bit easier.
The plum and cherry blossom trees are blooming in much of Seattle making for colorful walks with the pooch. Two of our favorite places to view cherry blossoms are Green Lake and the University of Washington campus...If you miss them, here are some
Western Washington's only sportsmen's show is bigger than ever and spotlights the one-of-a-kind indoor "Steelhead River," over 150 hours of free "how to" seminars, camp cooking demonstrations, the "Dock Dogs" competition, the Kid's Free Trout Pond, "