We are new and improved
After returning in January from Joint Readiness Training Center, he announced at the dinner table that we were running the Mike-to-Mike Half Marathon.
Tips for talking about college
It’s college-decision time, but before parents of high school seniors engage each other in conversation, take heed. You are about to step into a veritable quagmire of double entendres regarding the seemingly innocuous topic of your child’s college pick.
Sports doesn’t die at the end of football, basketball season
Fear not sports fans, I know the darkness that descends at the end of pro football and college basketball season is upon us, but I promise there is hope.
609th MCT performs air assault operations with 18 Soldiers
When the command of the 82nd Sustainment Brigade instructed its subordinate units to get back to the basics in soldiering and self-sustainment in the field, little did they know that the brigade’s smallest unit would take the challenge head-on in what would later be called “Operation Phantom.”
Rocking to the beat of the band
There wasn’t a clear patch of lawn outside Shughart Elementary and Middle schools on April 3. Instead, it was packed front to back with hundreds of enthusiastic students. Strains of “We will rock you” from the middle school band brought on a wave of foot stomping and hand clapping.
Mid-Carolina Senior Games come to Pope Field
Cal Tehnet, 79, is an Army veteran who said he has always been active in sports and working out.
Tehnet joined 473 other participants, April 2, at the Mid-Carolina Senior Games at Pope Field.