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A gathering of eagles

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A gathering of eagles

The eagles gathered for lunch. Known for its keen eyes, courage and strength, the eagle is a perfect symbol for the level and strength of volunteerism in the surrounding communities that support Joint Base Lewis-McChord. To celebrate this spirit of giving back, an inaugural Ranger newspaper Heroes Lunch took place last Thursday

Chinese Army on base

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Chinese Army on base

It's not that I don't like American cigarettes, I'm just not used to them," a Chinese officer told a U.S. marine major through an interpreter. The two were chatting after lunch during last week's joint Disaster Management Exchange at Joint Base Lewis-McChord that paired up U.S. troops with the Chinese

Giving thanks

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Giving thanks

About a dozen-and-a-half people stepped out of a small bus, walked to the back of a truck and began unloading turkeys. In minutes, 22 turkeys had been off-loaded and were headed into the 16th Combat Aviation Battalion's headquarters. "This is a small way to give back," Steve Bevins said, as he laid

Giving Tuesday and female veterans

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Giving Tuesday and female veterans

Serendipity is a wonderful thing. Coined by Horace Walpole in 1754, the word references a Persian fairy tale, The Three Princes of Serendip, in which the princes were "always making discoveries, by accidents and sagacity, of things which they were not in quest of." Carry Me Productions' (CMP) "Operation Homes for Heroes"

Santa and breakfast

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Santa and breakfast

If you like pancakes, Santa and the military, then this event is for you. Calling it "Santa Supports Our Troops" day, the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) DuPont sub chapter will host a pancake breakfast on Nov. 28. From 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., at McNamara's Pub and Eatery

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World AIDS Day observation

December 1 is World AIDS Day, a day to remember the many who have died of this dreaded disease and the many still living with AIDS and HIV, a day to remember that the crisis is not over, that people are still suffering and dying all over the world and

Sandstone Distillery celebrates

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Sandstone Distillery celebrates

Nestled in the serene rural roads of Tenino, Sandstone Distillery prepares for its first birthday bash and barrel release this weekend. This local gem is a four-generation estate distillery that prides itself on its fine and flavorful spirits. Making its debut during the Black Friday birthday bash will be Sandstone Whiskey,

MiSo Asian Bistro

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MiSo Asian Bistro

Ryan and Leena Rommann wanted to share their love for Korean flavors and spices with the community of Lacey.  Though it's not technically all Korean cuisine, MiSo Asian Bistro is clearly inspired by the flavors of Leena's childhood, and as Ryan describes it, "it is basically Subway for Asian food."

That crashing crescendo

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That crashing crescendo

Different generations of people have their own touchstones when it comes to nakedly emotional catharsis in music. This type of sound can come from just about any time and genre - from Bruce Springsteen to Nick Drake, from the Smiths to Del Shannon, from Arcade Fire to Kendrick Lamar. Any

Joe Batt's 'In the Cloud'

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Joe Batt's 'In the Cloud'

South Puget Sound Community College art professor Joe Batt has created a world of charcoal, wood and ceramic adults and children - mostly children.  Digital media have taken control of their lives - a comically surrealist world not too far removed from the world most of us live in today.

A holiday theater roundup

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A holiday theater roundup

December is upon us, and that means a smorgasbord of Christmas stories at area theaters, but not so much the tried and true holiday sentimentality that's usually trotted out. There are some twists on the usual holiday fare this year, including a holiday whodunit and the traditional A Christmas Carol

I Corps headed overseas

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I Corps headed overseas

The U.S. and Japan have a close alliance. Ironically, this alliance is in many ways the product of the bloody rivalry between the two during World War II and which culminated in the Americans dropping the first nuclear bomb - the most destructive weapon in human history. But the American occupation

Dinners for those with 'no dough'

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Dinners for those with 'no dough'

Once a month, the USONW Shali Center at McChord Field puts on their No Dough Dinner event, which serves to provide complementary meals to servicemembers and their families on the evening before payday. Each dinner caters to a specific unit, and the menu varies from month to month in order

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The View introduces a lounge menu

The View lounge menu Housed in the Tacoma Club and open to the public, The View restaurant released its new lounge menu last Thursday during the Third Thursday Art Walk.  Nine items fill the menu including vegetable and goat cheese strudel, seared pepper tuna, grilled chicken tortellini, coconut prawns and a

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