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Snow Day sips and stops

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Snow Day sips and stops

ANNOUNCER: Whether you call it "snowmageddon," "snowpocalypse," or just enough snow to matter, one thing is certain, the Sound Sound is losing their damn minds. Before the white stuff started to give the ground a proper dusting, the hordes were in a panic, swiping every loaf of bread and stalk

Cameo Heights Mansion

Travel

Cameo Heights Mansion

With the hustle and bustle of military life, sometimes you need to get away for some couple time. The Cameo Heights Mansion, set amidst a 400-acre orchard and vineyard, is the perfect getaway. Sitting on a bluff overlooking the Walla Walla River, this charming bed and breakfast is conveniently located

Army spouse cheerfully cares for students

Military Life

Army spouse cheerfully cares for students

Erin Willcox, wife of Army 1st Sgt. Chad Willcox, C Company, Second Ranger Battalion, never intended to become a pediatric nurse, but when the opportunity arose to serve her community as Pioneer Middle School's nurse, Willcox couldn't say, "No." Willcox, who earned her RN at Columbus Technical College in Columbus, Georgia,

Solo expansion

Music

Solo expansion

How long is it reasonable for a one-person band to stay a one-person band? Is there a threshold an artist reaches where they've had enough of their albums being described as "homespun," and so decide to take the all-important step of getting the band together? Folks like Iron and Wine,

A new art venue for T-town

Arts

A new art venue for T-town

There's a new art venue in Tacoma that has the wonderful advantage of being easily accessible to the public, and open from early morning to late at night seven days a week. A collaboration between Tacoma Gallery, LLC (Jane and Jason Sobottka) and Alma Mater, the gallery space is the

Nonstop showstoppers

Stage

Nonstop showstoppers

There are few names as synonymous with musical theater as Andrew Lloyd Webber. For decades, Webber has balanced artistic moxie with an unabashed crowd-pleasing mentality in such a successful way that it's likely many people's first exposure to musicals was through one of his shows. Consider what a monumental career

AETC launches podcast

News Front

AETC launches podcast

Air Education and Training Command has launched a new professional development podcast to help communicate and inform Total Force airmen across the globe on relevant, timely topics related to the recruiting, training, education and development fields. The "Developing Mach-21 Airmen" podcast will provide visibility on emerging issues, as well as impactful

McChord Field deals with winter blast

News Front

McChord Field deals with winter blast

Low clouds and a light fog shroud the flightline as the airmen wait indoors for their schedule for the day. It's a brisk, cold morning promising ice on the aircrafts blanketed in the mist. For aircrews, ice or snow on their jet can prove to be a major hazard, and before

Love is in the air

Health

Love is in the air

February is the month for romance: Hallmark movies galore, heart-shaped balloons and candy boxes, and fine-dining reservations surge in popularity as declarations and expressions of love are celebrated. In honor of Valentine's Day, Pacific Medical Centers' Primary Care Physician Sara Waterman, MD, who specializes in Family Medicine with Obstetrics, is

Meet Madigan’s newest PA grad

News Front

Meet Madigan’s newest PA grad

The second-ever graduate from Madigan Army Medical Center's Interservice Physician Assistant Program became a PA and an officer Feb. 1 at Madigan. First Lt. Thomas Choi began his graduation day as a sergeant and a PA student with Madigan's IPAP Phase II program. "Today, Sgt. Choi finishes an intense 29 months of

Children’s Valentines cheer veterans

News

Children’s Valentines cheer veterans

Beginning in 2013, Congressman Denny Heck from Washington's 10th district has been helping school children of the South Sound show their appreciation for veterans -- and, since 2018, first responders as well -- by providing an opportunity for them to hand-design and craft special Valentine's Day cards to be given

Operating on the move

News Front

Operating on the move

The Army has released a new human resources mobile application for the Integrated Personnel and Pay System -- Army (IPPS-A) that allows soldiers to access their personnel records using a mobile phone or tablet. IPPS-A is the Army's next generation human resources and pay system that revolutionizes the way the

Hanuman Guardian 19

News Front

Hanuman Guardian 19

Soldiers from the U.S. and Royal Thai Army completed an 11-day training exercise Feb. 7 at Camp Nimman Kolayut, Thailand. The closing ceremonies marked the 9th year of the bilateral training exercise known as Hanuman Guardian. Hanuman Guardian is designed to foster a shared tactical and technical understanding between the partnered

Top chef mentors at JBLM

News Front

Top chef mentors at JBLM

Chef Mike Speranza has spent decades working in some of the best kitchens in America, ranging from restaurants and hotels to Pillsbury and General Mills. Speranza's lifetime of professional cooking allows him to teach culinary skills in a way that seems effortless and engaging. Thanks to a new Army program initiative

Nike offers big discounts

News Front

Nike offers big discounts

Military, veterans and their families can save up to 40 percent off of their purchases with special access to the Nike Company Store in Oregon. To access this discount, all one would need is some form of military affiliated ID to present at the door. Typically, the Nike Company Store is

Online guides for 2019

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Online guides for 2019

Winter Career & Education

Career & Education

Online Interactive Guides

Career & Education

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Arm warmers?

I stopped dead in my tracks. Glancing over my mom’s shoulders at “The Young and the Restless,” I saw a teen girl wearing leg warmer’s; except, they weren’t on her legs. They were on her arms. Arms! I guess they’re called arm warmers. I have no idea, because I have never

Avionics in demand

Jobs & Education

Avionics in demand

The aviation industry is a high-demand field that needs more avionics technicians. "In aviation, things are always evolving and becoming more user-friendly and easier to troubleshoot," Dustin Cooper, an Air Force veteran and avionics instructor at the South Hill Campus of Clover Park Technical College, explained. "But with these changes come new

The Gemstone Program

Jobs & Education

The Gemstone Program

Six Department of the Army Civilians with U.S. Army Human Resources Command (HRC) recently began a year-long professional development program intended to vastly improve the command's civilian talent management efforts. With civilian employees comprising more than 70 percent of its workforce, HRC created the Gemstone Program in late-2018 after Maj. Gen.

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