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Winter adventure hikes

Outdoors

Winter adventure hikes

If you're a fan of Bear Grylls' rugged outdoor survival TV show, and if you're looking for your own exciting outdoor adventure, then you'll want to talk with Robert Conrad. For the seventh straight year, Conrad, the program manager for Northwest Adventure Center at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), will lead an

Give an Hour

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Give an Hour

Give an Hour plans to work together, and not compete, with the Puget Sound community to bolster and assist the mental health needs of the servicemembers that live there. "We are not interested in competing with other organizations, taking center stage, or self-righteousness," said Tacoma Community Collaborative Project Coordinator for Give

Army Emergency Relief offers scholarships

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Army Emergency Relief offers scholarships

Army Emergency Relief, or AER, has announced the opening of its scholarship application period. Applications will be accepted until May 1. AER supports both the Spouse Scholarship Program, as well as the Maj. Gen. James Ursano Scholarship Program for dependent children. Scholarship specifics and applications are available on AER's website. The Spouse

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Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve seeks volunteers

The Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) is actively looking for qualified individuals to join their organization on a volunteer basis. This Department of Defense office was established in 1972 and works closely with members of the Guard and Reserve to work with their civilian employers. The ESGR

Outdoor adventure awaits

Outdoors

Outdoor adventure awaits

They're the equivalent to the outdoor answer man. They're Jacques Cousteau, Jim Whittaker and Jean Claude Killy all rolled into one. Whether you're looking for a place to hike, swim, ski or go whitewater rafting, or whether you're looking for a place to dock your boat or ride your four-wheeler, then

In Memoriam

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In Memoriam

The boy within defined the man people knew and loved. "It was the boy in the man who cared so much for us," said long-time friend Joe Cyr last Friday afternoon during a service commemorating the life of Larry Saunders. "I loved the boy in the man." He died on the afternoon of

Mexican restaurants que amamos

Features

Mexican restaurants que amamos

We don't really care to enter the debate what is authentic Mexican food and what's not.  We like home grown recipes from Mexico, and we also enjoy the Americanized versions of Mexican food.  Both have a place in our stomachs.  After several years away from these pages, we are back

A Tacoma time capsule

South Sound Cinema

A Tacoma time capsule

It's remarkable to think about how new the art form of motion pictures is. To this day, some people don't even consider films to be an art because of how new they are. A little over a century ago, the Lumiere brothers began filming things as simple as someone doing

Do svidaniya, Banya

Travel

Do svidaniya, Banya

In movies, the second a guy walks into a Russian spa, he gets whacked by some goon from the Organizatsiya. That violent fantasy couldn't be farther from the truth. This is the first in a series of Volcano articles about winter getaways within reasonable driving distance of the South Sound. For

Scott Young at Stable Studios

Arts

Scott Young at Stable Studios

Is it kosher for an art critic to say he doesn't know what he thinks about an exhibition he's reviewing? Somehow it doesn't seem right, and yet we're human. Sometimes it takes us more time than we have to study an artist's work and mull it over before coming to

Not just for kids

Stage

Not just for kids

Watching TMP Family Theater's Junie B. Jones was a joyful experience. This upbeat musical is based on the popular children's book series by Barbara Park. And it's not just for children. My wife and I don't have any young children, and we enjoyed it as much as many musical comedies

Desolate disco

Music

Desolate disco

In the days since David Bowie passed, an overabundance of think-pieces were published about the effect that he had on generations of weirdos, experimenters, LGBT kids and astronautic explorers. Bowie gave permission to so many people to live out their wildest ambitions and their most taboo desires. I've spent a

Awards recognize 62nd Airlift Wing's best of the best

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Awards recognize 62nd Airlift Wing's best of the best

On Jan. 15, 104 people attended a special breakfast at the McChord Co-located Club; the 62nd Airlift Wing 2015 Annual Awards Breakfast. The crowd, consisting of primarily airmen and officers with a smattering of civilians, assembled with all the reverent silence one would expect of a military awards banquet, and

Teaming up for transition

Jobs & Education

Teaming up for transition

For the past 40 years, the University of Phoenix has existed "to provide working adults with higher education at times convenient to them" (www.phoenix.edu) through both online and campus-based classes, including classes held on the campus of Clover Park Technical College (CPTC) located at 4500 Steilacoom Boulevard SW in Lakewood. "CPTC's

Jobs & Education

Goodwill hosts quarterly veteran networking, hiring event

There comes a time when one's military career comes to an end, and it is time to return to civilian life. There are often questions about how a military career will translate into a job in the outside world and about how to transition smoothly into the workforce. The Goodwill

Tutor Doctor comes to you

Jobs & Education

Tutor Doctor comes to you

For Kelly Hudson, helping the veterans and military children of Joint Base Lewis-McChord is more than just her personal business ... it's her mission. Her past is deeply rooted in the military, having served in Bosnia, Kosovo, Bahrain and Iraq. With a total of 26 years in the Army and

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Paralegal of the Year

The goal of all soldiers from the moment they begin their training is to reach the highest possible level of tactical and technical proficiency they can. Every year a handful of soldiers around the globe get the opportunity to compete, to push, and to challenge one another in soldier of

Indian Special Forces here

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Indian Special Forces here

About 150 meters to the right side of the special action vessel, or SAV, a Chinook helicopter slowly moved forward as it maintained an altitude of about 10 feet off the cold water between Ketron Island and Solo Point. The sound and fury of the Chinook's powerful, 3,750 horsepower driven tandem

Madigan opens school-based clinic at Rogers High School

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Madigan opens school-based clinic at Rogers High School

Madigan Army Medical Center is once again expanding its reach into Pierce County school districts by adding a seventh adolescent school-based health clinic that will serve military dependents. On Jan. 22, Madigan opened its seventh satellite clinic at Rogers High School in the Puyallup School District. Its other six satellite clinics

Over the falls

Attractions

Over the falls

You know what a hotel looks and feels like, but Salish Lodge is so much more than that. It's a self-contained resort, perched over glorious Snoqualmie Falls and loaded with amenities for getaway travelers. Military guests get more than they pay for, as they're rewarded with 15 percent discounts on

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