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It's no secret that there are gay, lesbian, and transgender soldiers on post at Joint Base Lewis-McChord; however, despite the repeal of the military's Don't Ask Don't Tell policy, many of them are still closeted.
If anyone, besides the servicemembers assisting, deserves an opportunity to get their minds off of the impending real danger that battling wildfires brings, it's the military youth.
As Sgt. Whitney Conder walked around the wrestling mat last July, proudly holding the U.S. flag above her head, it was a moment of celebration and fulfillment.
To celebrate a local treasure, the city of Lakewood has proclaimed Sept. 18 Lakewood Playhouse Theatre Day.
There was a time when, for fans of indie music, the genre of dance went underground. For the late '80s and into the '90s, dancing became persona non grata at most aboveground indie shows, due to the massive influx of irony and detachment.
In an effort to avoid training conflicts between aviation units at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and other JBLM training units, and to ensure aircrews meet flying-proficiency standards and are ready for immediate deployment worldwide, the Aviation...
With an emphasis on saying "thanks," topped with kid-smiling fun, Army Community Service (ACS) on Joint Base Lewis-McChord celebrated 50 years of work last week with hot dogs, face painting and an obstacle course.
JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash. – Col. H. Charles Hodges, Jr. will relinquish command of Joint Base Lewis-McChord to Col. Daniel S. Morgan, in a change of command ceremony scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday in Hangar 9, JBLM McChord...
Saturday's the main event, the cleverly named Brew Five Three between 9th and 11th on Broadway.
Lewis-McChord Communities welcomes families living on base to come out and enjoy the weather and tasty picnic fare at the annual Resident Summer Picnic, from 1-4 p.m. at the Greenwood Community Center on Lewis Main, Saturday, Aug. 8.