Tuesday Mar 4
Leland Carl Bjorkman, 68
Lee was born in Onterio, California on May 29th, 1945, to Carl and Alma Bjorkman.
West Richland Police Chief defends mobile response van
West Richland Police Chief Brian McElroy said Friday that the city's mobile response van is a cost-effective asset for the community.
Gastric bypass better than gastrectomy for GERD relief
Patients who are about to undergo bariatric surgery may be better off having a gastric bypass than a sleeve gastrectomy if they also suffer from heartburn , results of a large US analysis suggest.
Exclusive: Inside the Army Spy Ring & Attempted Entrapment of Peace Activists, Iraq Vets, Anarchists
More details have come to light showing how the U.S. military infiltrated and spied on a community of antiwar activists in the state of Washington.
The News Tribune
JBLM deserter who lied about combat service sentenced to one year in jail
An Army deserter's nearly 10-year run from Fort Lewis ended this week when Kevin Shakely of Sacramento pleaded guilty to abandoning his military post and lying about his service in combat in a recent TV interview.
Cortez Journal News
FLC student joins Region 9
The Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado recently hired Ryan Pakieser, a finance major at Fort Lewis College, to work jointly with Region 9 and the Small Business Development Center.Pakieser is a Colorado native from Lakewood, who came to Fort Lewis to play soccer after a year at Fort Hayes State in...
Defense Mulls Location-Specific Health Record Licenses
The Pentagon may develop its next generation electronic health record system -- slated serve 9.6 million patients and 70,000 clinicians -- through a series of enterprise licenses crafted to meet the specific requirements of a variety of military hospitals and clinics, according to a notice to industry posted on the federal contract website.