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Life after lockdown

Although lockdown restrictions have lifted, life has not returned to…

September 16, 2020 ×
Motorcyclists can minimize risk with simple steps

Motorcyclists can minimize risk with simple steps

Riding a motorbike can be fun, but there is also…

September 16, 2020 ×
Courtesy photo. The Krieger-Pleus family found the dog tags of Pvt. Sammie Lee Williams, who was stationed in Germany in 1944.

WWII dog tags found during local hike

Local German Simon Krieger-Pleus discovered a pair of World War…

September 16, 2020 ×
German national works 45 years for US Army

German national works 45 years for US Army

WIESBADEN, Germany — The German supply technician Gerhard Rathmacher completed…

September 16, 2020 ×
Rheinblick Golf Course assistant superintendent Joel “Dusty” Rhodes shows two jerseys from an annual memorial softball tournament dedicated to his daughter, Ciarra, who died by suicide in 2013. Through it, Rhodes, along with other members of the planning committee, have donated almost 70,000 euros to suicide prevention charities, he said. (Photo by Emily Jennings/USAG Wiesbaden Public Affairs)

Garrison Wiesbaden employee shares story, encourages talking about mental health, suicide

“Someone told me, ‘Grief is just love you’re not able…

September 9, 2020 ×
Handlers learn to read their dogs’ behavior

Handlers learn to read their dogs’ behavior

Military working dog handlers were trained to better understand their…

August 20, 2020 ×
Customers can prepare  for vehicle inspection

Customers can prepare for vehicle inspection

Community members have to make sure their vehicles are in…

August 20, 2020 ×
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No German first-grader goes through their first day of school without their Schultüte, a cone filled with sweets, small toys and school supplies.

Schultüte: A German tradition

Every year at the end of July or early August, you can see German kids walking to school with a cone-shaped object in their hands. However, if you look again the very next day, the objects seem to have disappeared and you won’t see them again until next fall.

July 15, 2020 ×