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Choir goes to Carnegie

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Choir goes to Carnegie

Photo caption: The Chamber Choir is made up of seniors Abby Kelley, Sierra Flake, Claire Enfield, Marisa Cantu, Jaein Cho, Frank Kaufmann, David Denizard-Cruz, Ryan Marchant, Nate Lazarte, Dallin Skinner, junior Angely Tagomata, Hope Stowers, Austin Cortez and sophomores Helaina Kaufmann, Josiah Hampton and Declan Winegar. Choir director, Kasey Eck,

Soldiers surrender Hoops 4 Heroes trophy

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Soldiers surrender Hoops 4 Heroes trophy

Basketball ruled the South Sound this past weekend. While high school teams from around the state hit the hardwood at the Tacoma Dome to vie for the WIAA state basketball championship, Saturday saw an equally epic match-up in the gymnasium of the Pierce Community College Health Education building, where soldiers

Music to My beers

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Music to My beers

On Thursday, March 2, the Washington State History Museum in downtown Tacoma will rock with the sounds of the 90s while patrons sample tasty brews from Three Magnets Brewing Company in Olympia. Presented by the Washington State History Museum, Three Magnets Brewing and Obee Credit Union, the Music to My

2017 Best of Olympia: Twenty22Many

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2017 Best of Olympia: Twenty22Many

Sometimes, the wounds of war are obvious. Missing limbs, broken bones, facial scars can be hard to miss. But all too often, the wounds of war can be hidden scars left on a warrior's soul, invisible to those around them. These injuries can be nearly as devastating and even more

Hoops 4 Heroes to benefit local AUSA chapter

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Hoops 4 Heroes to benefit local AUSA chapter

On Saturday, March 4, the DuPont-Steilacoom subchapter of the Captain Meriwether Lewis Chapter of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), in partnership with LeMay Pierce County Refuse and the CalPortland Company, is proud to present the second annual Hoops 4 Heroes to benefit the DuPont-Steilacoom AUSA subchapter. The brainchild

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Lovely and intimate

Are you looking for a special way to spend a romantic evening with or without your significant other this Valentine's Day? Well Culture Vultures, Tacoma #8 Rotary and Ted Brown Music may have just the ticket ... literally ... as they proudly present, Lovely and Intimate, a Private Valentine Concert

See the big shows

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See the big shows

Seattle and Tacoma boast plenty of crowd-pleasing events, from sporting extravaganzas at Safeco Field and CenturyLink to star-studded concerts at the Tacoma Dome. But those events would not be nearly so pleasant if it wasn't for the efficient management of the crowds they attract. That's where Staff Pro comes in. Staff

An Army life

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An Army life

Marion Sydenham Ball was born in 1923 in Ft. Missoula, Montana, as she puts it, "a child of the 4th Infantry Regiment." When Pearl Harbor was bombed on December 7, 1941, Ball interrupted her college studies to enlist in the Army Nurse Corps, but shortly after the war ended, she

Steins, Vines and Grinds: Washington's story of beer, wine and coffee

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Steins, Vines and Grinds: Washington's story of beer, wine and coffee

During the last several decades, the state of Washington has become famous around the globe for its world-class beverages. Some of the finest beer, wine, and of course coffee, is made right here in this beautiful state. However, what is not so well known is the role that these beverages

E-6 is Elvis impersonator

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E-6 is Elvis impersonator

Born and raised in the tiny town of Elgin, Oregon, retired Army Staff Sgt. Jess Thomas, whose mother was a big Elvis fan, grew up listening to the King of Rock and Roll. But when he was still quite young, Thomas discovered that he could sing like the King. He

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