Archive for February, 2017


Soldiers round up resources to be effective sponsors

Soldiers round up resources to be effective sponsors

First impressions count. A firm handshake and a gracious smile can set the tone for the relationship that follows,…

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Photo by Karl WeiselVisitors browse through the exhibit of local artists’ work on display through February at the Wiesbaden Library. The works are courtesy of students in instructor Claudia Pauli-Bach’s Wiesbaden Arts and Crafts Center art classes.

Artists display work at library

Artists conjure up images designed to captivate, illuminate and reveal unique aspects of everyday life.

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Health Clinic, students go red for women

Health Clinic, students go red for women

Wiesbaden High School students joined the Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic in offering blood pressure screenings as part of Go Red for Women Day, sponsored by the American Heart Association.

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Keep pets safe from bird flu

In early February of this year, the Hessen State Veterinarian released an update on the H5N8 Avian Influenza virus, sometimes called “bird flu”.

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Wiesbaden Main Exchange offers Friday giveaways

Wiesbaden Main Exchange offers Friday giveaways

There may be several weeks left in the march to spring, but that doesn’t mean military families have to wait to start making their yards an outdoor paradise.

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Alternative burials available to veterans overseas

Alternative burials available to veterans overseas

Not everyone wants their final resting place to be inside a gated cemetery.

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Bringing your non-US spouse back to states

If you are considering marrying that special someone you met overseas, or already have, you may be wondering whether he or she can come back with you when you PCS back to the U.S.

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Meet first African-American Medal of Honor recipient

Meet first African-American Medal of Honor recipient

WASHINGTON — Of the 3,498 service members who have received the Medal of Honor throughout U.S. history, only 88 have been black.

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