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Cute Band Alert

Ok, ok, ok. Bobble Tiki admits it. He’s a slacker. He’s a mess. Sometimes, he’s a wee-bit unreliable. OK, OK, OK.. Bobble Tiki admits it. He’s a slacker. He’s a mess. Sometimes, he’s a wee-bit

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Cute Band Alert

OK, OK, OK.. Bobble Tiki admits it. He’s a slacker. He’s a mess. Sometimes, he’s a wee-bit unreliable. As I’m sure you’re well aware, New Year’s Eve was earlier this week. For most of you, that probably means you had a little champagne at midnight, and maybe even woke

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BASE Libraries Launch Reading Challenge

Kids

BASE Libraries Launch Reading Challenge

Educators have long known that summer reading bridges the learning gap during the school break between June and September. With that in mind, Defense Department libraries have kicked off their third annual summer reading program with a challenge to military members and their families to outpace the 10 million minutes they

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Family, friends honor lives of two dedicated Soldiers, fathers

News Articles

Family, friends honor lives of two dedicated Soldiers, fathers

Sergeant Timothy Mills didn't have high expectations when former National Guardsman Sgt. Michael Knapp was first assigned to his section in 2009 as a private first class. But after working with him, Mills came to admire Knapp as one of the best Soldiers he has ever met or worked

Sound to Narrows: A military run resurgence

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Sound to Narrows: A military run resurgence

It's not every race that starts with an announcer asking squads to tighten up their formations - but it's a pretty standard way to kick off the Sound to Narrows Military Run each year. This year's run marked a resurgence in numbers that organizers are hoping will become a

Historic year for I Corps in Kabul comes to an end

Downrange Journal

Historic year for I Corps in Kabul comes to an end

  KABUL, Afghanistan - During the past three weeks, hundreds of Soldiers from Joint Base Lewis-McChord have returned home. Led by Lt. Gen. Mike Scaparrotti and Command Sgt. Maj. John Troxell, the Soldiers, members of Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, I Corps, spent a year leading more than 130,000 Soldiers,

Winners of JBLM family member scholarships recognized

Military Life

Winners of JBLM family member scholarships recognized

With their families and friends looking on, future doctors, nurses, teachers and engineers received scholarships from the JBLM Family Member Scholarship Fund at the Family Resource Center on Joint Base Lewis-McChord June 8. The 24 recipients are the children and spouses of Soldiers stationed at JBLM,

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Post-traumatic growth: thriving despite the scars

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Post-traumatic growth: thriving despite the scars

  Chaplain (Capt.) Jonathan Entrekin envisions a time when it becomes the norm for people to work past their traumas, past accepting their "new normals," and into a place in which they grow from their experiences in new ways- a phenomenon called post traumatic growth. The Warrior Transition

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JBLM Basketball tournament a real slam

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JBLM Basketball tournament a real slam

  Divided in half, Wilson Sports and Fitness Center screeched with sounds of tennis shoes in motion on both ends of the court Saturday. The buzzer sounded after every round during the "Summer Slam" three-on-three basketball tournament as a new team took over the court in a

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Hank III and others on sale

SECRET TICKET CODE TM = Ticketmaster, (253) 627-TIXS, www.ticketmaster.com TW = TicketsWest, (800) 325-SEAT, www.ticketswest.com TWEB = Ticketweb, (866) 468-7623, www.ticketweb.com On sale now Broken Disco 2.0 with The Martin Brothers, Frivolous, Introcut, Claude Balzac, Noisemaker Seattle. Jan. 16 9 pm. $12-$15 (Chop Suey, TWeb). Guttermouth, The Insurgence, Serious Black, South 11th Tacoma. Jan. 23 9

Don’t miss the point

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Don’t miss the point

Roger Ebert's review of The Reader ran in the print version of the Weekly Volcano. To read his review online, visit his Web site here. The Reader Starring: Kate Winslet, Ralph Fiennes and David Kross Rating: Three and a half stars out of four Weinstein Co. presents a film directed by Stephen Daldry. Written

Don’t miss the point

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Don’t miss the point

Roger Ebert's review of The Reader ran in the print version of the Weekly Volcano. To read his review online, visit his Web site here. The Reader Starring: Kate Winslet, Ralph Fiennes and David Kross Rating: Three and a half stars out of four Weinstein Co. presents a film directed by Stephen Daldry. Written

Firing up a lovely mood

Food Matters

Firing up a lovely mood

Fire sets a mood.  Back in the ’70s, that mood was all about lying on a bearskin rug with Courvoisier in a brandy snifter, listening to Peaches and Herb, although there were the other hip individuals who had avocado green freestanding fireplaces that screamed out for Lancers wine, shag carpeting

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