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It’s bonus time!

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It’s bonus time!

Effective Sept. 9, soldiers willing to reenlist in some of the Army's most in-demand careers have the chance to receive up to $81,000 in lump-sum bonuses -- the highest amount in more than five years, officials announced today. In addition to critical fields, this latest announcement also offers a wide range

2019 Fall Welcome Guide

Online Interactive Guides

2019 Fall Welcome Guide

Welcome to the Pacific Northwest. In order to help you get the most out of your stay or visit, we present our bi-yearly guide on what to do and see. Click the link below and start your journey

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radio hour For a little brain candy, Capital Playhouse’s holiday production, “The 1940’s Radio Hour,” might just be what you need. Far from heavy theater, this show is about a radio station’s Christmas show a year into World War II, at a time when Americans thought it was close to being

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Jesus, beginning to end

It seems like an odd time to be staging a show about the death of Jesus when the rest of the world is marking his birth, but I suppose the theater has to take the touring slots that are offered. Seattle’s Paramount Theatre is staging the rock opera that set the

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Get railroaded

Rarely do kids and grownups agree on entertainment. Usually, activities that make kids squeal with excitement grownups find, at best, irritating. Kids like cartoons and playgrounds. Grownups like John Malkovich movies and the Jim Lehrer News Hour. Finding something that kids and grownups can agree on is usually a tall

Grub Gossip

Features

Grub Gossip

I recently spent about a million dollars at Target shopping for school supplies. It was a harsh reality check summer is almost over. The good news, you can stop worrying about your "summer bod" intentions (I mean, I'm team body positivity and really love food so you can imagine that

Shakespearean storm at Olympia’s Port

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Shakespearean storm at Olympia’s Port

Shakespeare's The Tempest, performed in front of the viewing tower at Olympia's Port Plaza, is a beautifully staged outdoor performance of one of the Bard's last and most challenging plays. It opens with the crash of thunder and lightning in a chaotic scene of a storm at sea performed in

Kizuki Ramen and Izakaya

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Kizuki Ramen and Izakaya

ANNOUNCER: With several restaurants already covering much of western Washington, Kizuki Ramen and Izakaya bring their internationally popular Japanese dishes to the Tacoma Mall. Known for authentic recipes and bold flavors, Dutch and Jackie brave the back-to-school shoppers for a bowl of ramen. JACKIE: I gotta say, I was pleasantly surprised

Hells Canyon -- a scenic wonder without the crowds

Travel

Hells Canyon -- a scenic wonder without the crowds

Two quaint little towns, Lewiston, Idaho, and Clarkston, Washington, are nestled on the banks of the Snake River and serve as the gateway to Hells Canyon. Lesser known than its more famous cousin, the Grand Canyon, it is stunning in its natural beauty. And because access is by boat only,

Vehicle scams leaving servicemembers feeling overheated

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Vehicle scams leaving servicemembers feeling overheated

According to a recent Better Business Bureau study, servicemembers are more susceptible to fraud than average consumers. In fact, scammers using the name "Exchange Inc." have been attempting to fool soldiers and airmen into thinking they are working with the Army & Air Force Exchange Service to broker the sale

¡Olé!

Attractions

¡Olé!

The term bullfighting tends to evoke images of brave, Spanish toreros in traditional Andalusian costumes called trajes de luces (suits of lights), flamboyantly sweeping their gold and magenta capotes (dress capes) to misdirect angry bulls. (Fun fact: Bulls are color blind. The capotes are red only to obscure bloodstains.) Indeed,

Budgeting tips for PCS moves

Military Life

Budgeting tips for PCS moves

Nine out of 10 middle-class military families who moved during the 2019 PCS season budgeted for the extra costs involved in relocating to a new duty assignment, according to the First Command Financial Behaviors Index. "PCS season is a normal part of the lives of our nation's military families, and servicemembers

Eleven medical soldiers earn EFMB award

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Eleven medical soldiers earn EFMB award

Eleven medical professionals earned the Expert Field Medical Badge Aug. 14 on Joint Base Lewis-McChord. The badge is designed to test soldiers both physically and mentally during 144 hours of testing in a one-week period. Seventy-four soldiers began the competition Aug. 8 with the Army Physical Fitness Test and a 60-question

JBLM youth honored

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JBLM youth honored

The Boys and Girls Clubs of America recognized its national military youth of the year Thursday during a banquet in Washington, D.C. at the National Press Club. Two of the six candidates vying for the national title represented Army families. Among guest speakers were Lt. Gen. Leslie Smith, the Army's inspector general,

Proactive warriors

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Proactive warriors

The same resources and expertise the Army is using to build high performing units and ready and resilient soldiers can now be utilized by soldiers, commanders and leaders in executing the Army Body Composition Program (ABCP) according to the updated version of Army Regulation 600-9. The Army is incorporating tenets of

National Immunization Awareness Month

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National Immunization Awareness Month

Each month of the year has its own special observances. August has National Immunization Awareness to highlight the importance of vaccinations. Vaccinations aren't just for children, though. Adults, and especially expectant mothers, need vaccinations, too. With school coming around the corner, unit deployments and flu season, the 341st Healthcare Operations Squadron's immunization

New 627th ABG commander

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New 627th ABG commander

Photo: Maj. Gen. John Gordy II, commander of the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center, passes the colors to Col. Patrick O’Sullivan, Joint Base Lewis-McChord deputy garrison commander and commander of the 627th Air Base Group at an assumption of command ceremony Aug. 19 on McChord Field. During an early morning ceremony

SPOUSE magazine - August 2019

Spouse magazine

SPOUSE magazine - August 2019

To receive an email announcing the latest Spouse magazine, click here. To read the August 2019 Spouse Magazine, click HERE. In this month's issue: <<< Staycation at a historic B&B <<< In the spirit <<< Kobrew <<< Leaving the nest 101 <<< AAFES expanding layaway program <<< Wildlife on JBLM <<< Explore Port Townsend's maritime charm

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Pinwheel Catering's Herban Café

The corner lot that briefly housed Ezell’s Chicken (tasty southern cuisine), will soon be home to a full service restaurant with catering capabilities. Owners Stephen and Gretchen Nogler are moving Garden Café from Sumner to Tacoma’s Sixth Avenue. A large banner on the outside of the building announces a December

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Stoked holiday season

I can’t wait to get this week over with because I have soooo much to look forward to during the holiday season, especially since I’ve taken Dec. 21 to Jan. 3 off from work. YAH! Sure, there’s Christmas and all, but the day after that is much better in my world

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