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McChord reservists earn Aircrew Excellence Award

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McChord reservists earn Aircrew Excellence Award

Air Force Reservists from the 446th Airlift Wing here were awarded the 4th Air Force 2011 Aircrew Excellence Award during the annual Raincross Trophy Dinner at the Riverside Convention Center, Riverside, Calif., Nov. 7. The award winners were aircrew members, Lt. Col. Montgomery McDaniel, 728th Airlift Squadron, Maj. John Caplinger, 313th

62nd AMXS Airman helps repair, save aircraft amid enemy mortars

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62nd AMXS Airman helps repair, save aircraft amid enemy mortars

SOUTHWEST ASIA (AFNS) - A seven-man mission recovery team assigned to 8th Expeditionary Air Mobility Squadron deployed to forward operating base Shank in the remote Logar province of Eastern Afghanistan to complete repairs and recover a downed C-17 Globemaster III. They recovered the vital aircraft amid daily enemy mortar attacks. "We knew

Dedicated to serving Airmen

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Dedicated to serving Airmen

Every Friday night, come rain or shine, heat wave or cold front, holiday or workday, Bill and Sharon Myers provides warm home-cooked meals in the Airmen's dorm on McChord Field. But that's just one of the many services they provide under the umbrella of The Navigators (Navs) - a nonprofit, international

Saturday, Dec. 8: Duck The Malls

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Saturday, Dec. 8: Duck The Malls

"Duck the Malls has its own built in excitement. Every year we have new vendors, and returning vendors have new stuff," says Audrey Henley, theater manager and event director for Olympia Film Society. In its 10th year, Duck the Malls - a local craft fair Saturday inside the Capitol Theater in

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Lone Survivor Foundation seeks wounded warriors, families

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Lone Survivor Foundation seeks wounded warriors, families

Healing can be a family affair. "A lot of the things you see for the wounded warriors returning home are just for the warrior, or it is something recreational like a vacation ... but this is more about the entire family's rehabilitation, which is why it is different," said Brittney Linville,

Dec. 15-16, 22-23: "The Nutcracker"

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Dec. 15-16, 22-23: "The Nutcracker"

A brooding, mysterious godfather, a broken-jawed wooden soldier that comes to life and a murderous Mouse King all converge once again to remind us The Nutcracker story may be the most hair-raising Christmas favorite for the whole family the world has ever known. The Tacoma City Ballet

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Local historian specializes in vintage military women’s uniforms

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Local historian specializes in vintage military women’s uniforms

For as long as she could remember, Alice Miller loved history and fashion, and knew what military service meant. Her father served in the Army for 28 years, her sister served 27 years in the Air Force, and her brother-in-law served in the Air Force, as well. With a grandmother

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Friday, Dec. 7: BARE Tacoma - Holiday

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Friday, Dec. 7: BARE Tacoma - Holiday

Perhaps when you think of a cappella you think of Sweet Adelines and old men wearing bashers. This is not the case when it comes to BARE Tacoma - Holiday, an a cappella performance Friday night at the Immanuel Presbyterian Church. Instead, you will hear 12 performers ranging from

Live music and ice skating in Tacoma

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Live music and ice skating in Tacoma

Bands will crammed into a corner of the Franciscan Polar Plaza outdoor ice rink in a space the Weekly Volcano likes to call the Electric Salchow Stage. Yes, it's named after a figure skating jump Brian Boitano might perform to the music of Five for Fighting on the

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No Band is an Island

As we enter the second month of online CD reviews here at weeklyvolcano.com, the list of things I’ve learned continues to grow. I’m not talking about things I’ve picked up about music, rather things I’ve gleaned about reviewing records.  For one, from the reviewer’s perspective, a compilation can either be

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No Band is an Island

As we enter the second month of online CD reviews here at weeklyvolcano.com, the list of things I’ve learned continues to grow. I’m not talking about things I’ve picked up about music, rather things I’ve gleaned about reviewing records.  For one, from the reviewer’s perspective, a compilation can either be

Libertine Tacoma: Salt of the earth

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Libertine Tacoma: Salt of the earth

Looking for something creative to give this holiday season for those food lovers and cooking enthusiasts? Then look no further than Libertine Tacoma.  Libertine Tacoma creates an interesting and eclectic variety of artisan salts and salt blends. Carefully and lovingly crafted, the salts and blends give food a creative and

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South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012

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South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012

ACOUSTIC/FOLK/CELTIC Spar Cafe - Olympia. Justin Stang. 8 pm. NC. Matrix Coffee House Chehalis. Open Mic Night. All Ages. 6:30 pm. NC. BLUES Dawson's Bar and Grill Tacoma - South. Billy Shew Band Open Jam Session. 8 pm. NC. The Junction Sports Bar and Grill Lewis County. Blues

Sunday, Dec. 9: Euphoria Marie Sorensen benefit concert

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Sunday, Dec. 9: Euphoria Marie Sorensen benefit concert

A few days before Halloween Tacoma artist Euphoria Marie Sorensen was struck by a truck while walking on the 200 block of North G Street. She's still in the hospital with severe injuries, with recovery updates posted at gofundme.com. Thousands of you pass through Tacoma and have never had the

Local veteran starts fruit bar business

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Local veteran starts fruit bar business

Noble Bars are a food product born in Tacoma, the brainchild of a Tacoman, and are available - for the time being - only in local stores. But give it time. These bars are tasty and all-natural in a way that most "all-natural" products can only envy.   Noble Bar was founded

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