Garrison firefighters and Soldiers of the 554th Military Police Company gave students high-fives and a sustained round of applause during a last-day-of-school “clap-out” at Stuttgart Elementary and High Schools, June 14.
The American Father’s Day has an interesting history, springing forth from the same general idea as Mother’s Day.
Harboring anger, bitterness, and unforgiveness is like lugging a colossal ruck sack needlessly.
Did you know the favorite jellybean of Minnesota is black licorice?
The Stuttgart German-American Wandering Club MADE a fantastic trip to Strasbourg and Barr, Alsace, France, May 5-6.
RBES students have a busy finish to the school year.
Although the weather forecast called for thunder storms at race time, nearly 250 community members showed up for the start of the 15th Annual Cobblestone Classic, June 2.
Read a letter to upcoming seniors full of advice and words of wisdom from graduating senior Hannah Rhoden.
Here are my top favorite places in Stuttgart that everyone should check out, at least once!
More than 200 community members challenged their creative minds to produce works of art during the Military Spouse Appreciation Day workshop at the Patch Community Club, May 12.
An intrepid band of 41 out of a hundred bikers registered for the “Good Ride Salutes USAG Stuttgart” motorcycle poker run defied the elements for a successful, safe, Sunday putt of about 100 miles, May 20.
The Drama Club at Patch Elementary School recently put on their production of “The Fairy Tale Network,” a children’s play by John Woodard.
In Germany, Pentecost is a high church holiday and is celebrated on two successive days.
“Maibowle,” or May punch, is a refreshing beverage to enjoy on mild afternoons and evenings with family and friends.
RBES 5th grader explore World War II history in Esslingen.