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During these times of social unrest and political divisiveness around the world and in our own country, there is something that is so much more powerful among us and it showed itself on July 28 at Owen Beach. That something is the blessing of family and it was made real in each and every indigenous soul that stood on the beach shore that day for the arrival of the Puyallup leg of the 2016 Paddle to Nisqually. “That’s exactly what we’re all about – drug and alcohol prevention, being violence free and protecting our children,” said Puyallup Canoe Family Captain Connie McCloud. “Our… Read More


Tribe takes part in National Night Out

Published in the Puyallup Tribal News

All across the country on Tuesday, Aug. 2 neighbors gathered with neighbors for the 2016 National Night Out, an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live. Neighborhoods across the nation hosted block parties, festivals, parades, cookouts and other various community events with… Read More

Kings rain destruction for back to back crown

When the Western Washington Football Alliance (WWFA) went state-wide and expanded from eight to 14 teams this past offseason, it looked as though the Puyallup Nation Kings were going to have quite a bit more difficult time setting up a defense of their 2015 WWFA championship. With a host of new faces… Read More