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Fife High’s Kaitlin Ringus honored twice this school year

Fife High School senior Kailtin Ringus has received two important, and well deserved, honors in her last year in Fife Schools. She was chosen as Fife’s Daffodil Princess at a coronation on Oct. 30, and on Nov. 14 she was honored at her high school as the CenturyLink High School Athlete of the Week.

“It’s two huge things in a row and huge blessings,” she said.

Being a yearly spectator at the Daffodil Parade with her mom, Kristina Fernandez, Ringus said that the thought of contending to be a princess had crossed her mind before. “I’ve always seen the Daffodil Princesses, and my mom lives in Puyallup, so we’ve always gone to see the parade and I’ve always thought it would be so much fun.”

Her first…

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Tribe donates $250,000 to Toys for Tots, Crime Stoppers

The Puyallup Tribe has donated $125,000 to Toys for Tots just in time for the holidays and another $125,000 to Crime Stoppers of Tacoma-Pierce County.

Crime Stoppers and the Marine Corps’ Toys effort will give 50,000 toys to needy children…

2014 was a year of change

The community had a year of change in 2014 with noticeable shifts and ones that are much more subtle that will only take years to realize.

I-5 parking lot

One of those subtle changes is the start of the construction…

Kristy’s Boutique holds storewide retirement sale

For a long time, Kristy’s Boutique at 113 W. Meeker in Puyallup has offered a store full of affordably elegant clothing and accessories for women of all ages. However, the time has come for Kristy Hobson, who owns Kristy’s Boutique with her…

Santa set to make early deliveries in Fife

Children around Fife better brush up on their skills at playing checkers. There will be a float of the classic board game under a lot of Christmas trees this year.

The Fife Police Department and Tacoma Fire Department, which provides fire…

‘Wonderful Life’ comes to Fife

The holiday tradition “It's a Wonderful Life in Fife” is again in the works this Christmas, with a screening of the classic movie from 3-9 p.m. on Dec. 17 at Johnny’s at Fife, 5211 20th St. E. Tickets for dinner and the movie are $10 or $7…

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