Although she graduates from SHS in June, Mika Taylor’s Girl Scout Gold Award project will continue after she departs for college.
Archive for May, 2019
Patch Middle School sixth graders experienced hands-on activities in the great outdoors as part of Earth Month, May 14 and 15.
Vehicle Registration reopened in refurbished facility.
The Stuttgart hospitals tour scheduled for May 22 has been cancelled.
As we pause on this special day to honor our fallen heroes, let’s also keep safety a No.1 priority while on and off the job.
Customs Field Office will briefly close, May 21.
During the celebration of Month of the Military Child in April and Military Appreciation Month in May, it is time to look at what makes this particular group of children stand out from the rest.
The Stuttgart Theatre Center’s production of Ray Bradbury’s “Kaleidoscope” will be the AACT Region X entry to the 2019 American Association of Community Theatre (AACT) National Festival in Gettysburg, PA, June 17-22.
Story and photos by John Reese USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Black smoke billowed from a fully engulfed car fire, ladder trucks reached skyward and sirens howled as the firefighters of USAG Stuttgart Fire Department raced to the Panzer Exchange parking lot, May 18. A large crowd gathered near the…
The Washington Square parade grounds require refurbishment for upcoming events this summer, with work beginning Monday, May 20.
As community personnel start to PCS out, it will be harder to schedule convenient household goods shipments.
If you haven’t already done so, the CCVP tour is a must during your tour of duty in Stuttgart.
The dining facility offers a heads-up on scheduled closures through the end of the fiscal year.
New and returning SCSC members, join us for another year of events, trips and volunteer opportunities.
Obtaining a drivers license in Europe is part of the Stuttgart garrison in-processing; test online before arrival.