The National Alliance to End Veteran Suicide (NA2EVS) is sponsoring Blankets for Hope Dec. 17-18.
Diabetes is on the rise; over 21 million Americans are currently diagnosed with the metabolic...
A guide on local holiday shopping, events, dining and more! Come back each week for more holiday...
A FREE and fun day for military families with princesses, Santa, nd more.
The McChord Field chapel staff, the 62nd Comptroller Squadron and Team McChord Leadership hosted a Hearts Apart dinner Nov. 17 at the McChord Chapel located on Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
Servicemembers and civilians from across the U.S. Army Pacific, including here in Washington state, participated alongside members of the Peoples Liberation Army of the People's Republic of China for the 12th annual U.S.-China Disaster Management...
The competition was intense in ARMY magazine's 2016 SFC Dennis Steele Photo Contest. The magazine received more than 70 entries that captured everything from soldiers and families to training and ceremonies.
The McChord Field USO Northwest Shali Center on Joint Base Lewis-McChord recently recognized a longtime volunteer for outstanding service Nov. 28.
The members of the Sergeants Major Association of the Northwest elected next year’s officers recently, including active-duty members as the two top officers, the first time in nearly 10 years. The president will be Sgt. Maj. Kesha...
As a young boy, Gavin Woody enjoyed adventures in California as a Boy Scout and Eagle Scout. Many other childhood adventures included camping and backpacking over 50 miles through the woods complete with a summit of Mt. Whitney.
Save a tooth and treat a troop! That was this year's motto for the Neal Smiles Orthodontics Candy Buy-Back program that helped gather candy around Halloween time to be donated to servicemembers and veterans 2,800 pounds in all.
With Christmas fast advancing, it’s time to get in the holiday spirit with Joint Base Lewis-McChord Schools of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration and Skills Unlimited’s production of “The Nutcracker.” The...
With the physical and emotional scars of deployments and training injuries lasting months to years, the stress on military caregivers can be intense.
As staged by Tacoma Little Theatre, Miracle on 34th Street's success will largely rest on one's emotional attachment the audience has with Christmas in general and Santa Claus in particular. Issues in tone and some uneven performances get in the...