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Cowboy western dreaming

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Cowboy western dreaming

Dreams of living a life other than the one you currently have are what goals and ambition are really made of. The city girl in me longs for a taste of Western culture. I'm not talking about global Western culture. I'm talking about "Yee-Haw Kenny Chesney Rodeo" Western culture.   Just the

3 Drink Minimum: The Social

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3 Drink Minimum: The Social

Psychopathic Pacific Northwest weather leads to a psychopathic Steph DeRosa.  Teamed up with a subdued, yet just as psychopathic Bandito Betty, leads to nothing but psychopathic trouble.    Psychopathic weather: One day it's sunny, the next it's rainy. One day it's hotter than the crease under a Southern Belle's bosom, the next

Bar hopping in Oly

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Bar hopping in Oly

I don't make it down to Olympia as often as I'd like, but when I do, I make it a point to hit up two of the city's most well-talked about bars: The Brotherhood Lounge and Le Voyeur. Each has its own personal charm, and I had an opportunity to

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Dent May

Until now, the alternative world had yet to listen to a record distinguished by the distinctive, lively twang of the ukulele.  Dent May released his debut album on Feb. 3, entitled The Good Feeling Music of Dent May & His Magnificent Ukulele.  This ukulele connoisseur hails from Taylor, Mississippi and

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Dent May

Until now, the alternative world had yet to listen to a record distinguished by the distinctive, lively twang of the ukulele.  Dent May released his debut album on Feb. 3, entitled The Good Feeling Music of Dent May & His Magnificent Ukulele.  This ukulele connoisseur hails from Taylor, Mississippi and

18th Air Force praises McChord Airmen

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18th Air Force praises McChord Airmen

(62nd AW PA) - Lt. Gen. Mark Ramsay, 18th Air Force commander, accompanied by Chief Master Sgt. Jeff Williams, 18th AF command chief, visited McChord Field April 26 to meet with leadership and speak with Airmen. During his first day of a two-day visit, the general hosted an all call briefing

First Sergeant Council presents gifts of gas at the pump

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First Sergeant Council presents gifts of gas at the pump

"Now I'm not going to say that we first sergeants were looking to change the world with our event, but we did aim to bring the McChord family closer together," said Master Sgt. William Baker, first sergeant for the 627th Logistics Readiness Squadron. Baker, who is part of the McChord Field

Retired AF nurse still helping people

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Retired AF nurse still helping people

Joanne Moran, a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel and nurse, has never stopped helping others. At 82, the University Place resident has plans to help people for as long as she can. "That's my enjoyment," Moran said while sitting in her small office room while Gretta, her 4-year-old dark brown Dotsun, gnawed

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Reservist earns AFA higher education award

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Reservist earns AFA higher education award

When Jen White worked with the active-duty Air Force, she eventually wanted to pursue a career in business. But when the staff sergeant from the 446th Aeromedical Staging Squadron at McChord Field came across a diet technician opening with the Reserve, her long-term dream didn't change direction, it just took

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The NW cheese movement

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The NW cheese movement

The "Do It Yourself" movement that gained mainstream popularity in the late 1990s with home makeover TV shows has morphed into the food arena. It's a long-armed, straight reach back in time to when the matriarchs of generations gone-by made everything from scratch after doing the growing and raising themselves.

Tacoma man's journey on the Way of St. James

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Tacoma man's journey on the Way of St. James

The Way of St. James goes by many names - the Way, El Camino de Santiago or just the Camino. It is an ancient path cutting a swath through Spain, stretching from southern France almost all the way to Spain's western coast. For over 1,000 years, pilgrims have walked this

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Apaches land at JBLM, helicopters expand aviation here

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Apaches land at JBLM, helicopters expand aviation here

When the lead AH-64 Apache helicopter dropped out of the blue sky and touched down at Gray Army Airfield, Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) added to its illustrious history.   "This is the first time Apaches will be stationed here," Capt. Jesse Paulsboe, public affairs officer for the 16th Combat Aviation Brigade, said.   "This

JBLM chemical specialists endure what most will not

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JBLM chemical specialists endure what most will not

UMATILLA, Ore. - It's a beautiful, sunny, 68-degree day and you are going to be outside for 14 hours, so you put on a heavy coat, extra pants, rubber boots, rubber gloves and a black mask with a hood right? Well the soldiers of B Company, 110th

Madigan designed Mobile Application Helps Prevent Post-deployment ‘Blues’

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Madigan designed Mobile Application Helps Prevent Post-deployment ‘Blues’

A new mobile application developed by mental health experts combines behavioral therapy with satellite navigation technology to offer returning service members options for adjusting to the slower pace of life at home.   An advertisement in New York City's Times Square showcases the new Positive Activity Jackpot

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JBLM girl from DuPont donates her hair to charity

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JBLM girl from DuPont donates her hair to charity

When Abigail Mahoney first learned about cancer at about the age of 5, her reaction was quite different from that of most other kids: She came up with an idea to give back. The now 8-year-old daughter of Kevin and Kelly Mahoney spent the last three years growing out her hair

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