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Nourishing nibbles

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Nourishing nibbles

I was meandering through the produce aisle at the grocery store yesterday when I noticed something. All of the prepackaged salads were ... gone. Mixed greens, spinach, baby arugula. All of them. It looked odd to see an entire display case completely void of the neatly packaged, twice washed greens,

Finger on a wing's pulse

News Front

Finger on a wing's pulse

Col. Sean Pierce is slated to be the 446th Airlift Wing's new commander. A change of command ceremony will be held Saturday, Jan. 6, at 2 p.m. at The Club at McChord Field. Col. Scott McLaughlin will relinquish command; he will be reassigned to March Air Force Base, California, as

Winter in Missoula, Montana

Travel

Winter in Missoula, Montana

Missoula, Montana, turns into a winter wonderland during the colder months of the year. About an eight-hour drive from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, it makes a great base for winter fun. For some, snow means skiing and snowboarding, and just a short 12-mile drive northwest of Missoula is the Montana Snowbowl. The

New year, no stress, part 2

Military Life

New year, no stress, part 2

In part 2, Pacific Medical Center Psychotherapist Chia-Wen Moon, LMHC, has some sound advice for coping with post-holiday stress, making it easier to embrace 2018 with open arms. What negative effects does stress have on the body and mind? Reversely, what positive traits can be found once this stress is treated? When

The new and improved landscape of Madigan

Military Life

The new and improved landscape of Madigan

Each year, the medical needs of the community and servicemembers on Joint Base Lewis-McChord changes dramatically, reflecting ever-evolving lifestyles and habits both on- and off-duty. It's no wonder, then, that medical facilities like Madigan Army Medical Center must continually expand and adjust to keep up with patients' needs. The Ranger

Angels in the field

Military Life

Angels in the field

There are angels participating in almost every race at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM). It's not a secret, nor do the angels hide among the crowd. They're easy to spot in their bright pink shirts, chatting happily at the starting line in a motley group of tricycle racing-chairs and athletes. If you

The night awaits

Travel

The night awaits

Saturday nights in Vancouver's historic Gastown district are all about live music, exceptional cocktails and exquisite cuisine. Forget about history tours and sightseeing, which you can find plenty of during daylight hours -- we're talking about the quintessential nightlife experience, my friends. Located just north of downtown Vancouver, Gastown is the

Heroism continued

Online Newspapers

Heroism continued

What follows is part two of this reporter's look at the actions of servicemembers whose names honor Joint Base Lewis-McChord. The Nisei: Technician Fifth Grade James Okubo At the start of World War II, Okubo was one of the 110,000 individuals of Japanese ancestry to be interred at the Heart Mountain War

Military spouse's business continues to grow

Military Life

Military spouse's business continues to grow

Pam McFarland is the owner of Salted Vinegar Studios. She is also a military spouse and has served 26 years in that role. McFarland manages to juggle deployments, three children, a successful business and an active volunteer schedule. Somehow, she manages to make it all look so effortless. McFarland first started

Top 10 movies of 2017

South Sound Cinema

Top 10 movies of 2017

After all these years and all these movies, I'm more appreciative than ever when a movie takes me by surprise in a positive way. And that happened a LOT in 2017. Wonder Woman, Split, Get Out, Lady Bird, Logan. One great surprise after another, and yet I couldn't quite find

"47º North, 122º West"

Arts

"47º North, 122º West"

When I walked into the Seaport Museum to see Shon Frostad's painting exhibition, there was a moment when I could not recognize the paintings as paintings, because the museum is filled with boats, anchors, charts, bones of whales, and other memorabilia of sea life, and I thought the paintings I

A Christmas card to Olympia

Stage

A Christmas card to Olympia

Harlequin Productions' The Stardust Christmas Fandango is the 22nd show in the series of locally written and produced holiday musicals that has been thrilling audiences for decades. Harlequin co-founder Linda Whitney calls it a Christmas card to Olympia. The series started in 1994, and Harlequin has done a different variation on

3uilt Tacoma

Reviews

3uilt Tacoma

ANNOUNCER: Jackie and Dutch head to downtown Tacoma to explore a counter service-style stand-alone eatery within the 7 Seas Brewery warehouse. This sounds crazy, but it is a new concept that is becoming popular throughout the South Sound. Pronounced Built, but spelled 3uilt, they were up for the adventure. JACKIE: Dutch,

Let's get cozy

Features

Let's get cozy

There are few things in this world that can make you instantaneously feel warm and cozy. None of these you'll necessarily discover readily available while dining out like say a pup's silky soft fur, the content purr of a kitten, lush velvety blankets or a lover's embrace. As a chill

Veterans satisfy South Sound's thirst

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Veterans satisfy South Sound's thirst

With the presence of Joint Base Lewis-McChord and a growing reputation for fine craft beers and spirits, it seems fitting that so many distilleries in Tacoma would be veteran-owned. Started by retired Army Sgt. Andrew Fairchok and former airman Rodney Kaeding, the Old Soldier Distillery brews what their website describes as

New year, no stress, part 1

Military Life

New year, no stress, part 1

Although the allure of the New Year offers a fresh slate and a chance for new beginnings, stress abounds as plans are formed, preparations are put in order and reflections are made. With the holiday season coming to a close, tensions may be shifted to the upcoming new year. Pacific

A family of student leaders

Military Life

A family of student leaders

Jennifer, age 17; Jessica, age 16; and Jason Niemi, age 13, all attend Harrison Preparatory School in Lakewood. The three find that Harrison Prep is extremely dedicated to their students. The principal and teachers exhibit a sincere devotion toward not only educating their students, but also helping them become the

Ring it in right

Music

Ring it in right

Last week, famed Genesis drummer and frontman Phil Collins took to Twitter with a suggestion of how to ring in the New Year. He said that, if you start listening to "In the Air Tonight" on New Year's Eve at 11:56:40 p.m., that iconic drum break will start at precisely

Not a moment too soon

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Not a moment too soon

It takes a special kind of year to make us nostalgic for 2016. So how do we bid 2017 a proper adieu, given it's impossible to set a trash fire on fire? On calendar milestones like these, it's vital to cut loose and greet the future with optimism and, face

Pop! Clink! Drink!

Military Life

Pop! Clink! Drink!

Pop! Clink! Drink! New Year's Eve is almost here. Why not host your own party to usher in the new year with friends and family?  Here are a few cheap and easy tips to throw your own bash in a flash. Make a plan. Grab a notebook and a pencil to

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