HILL AIR FORCE BASE -- Love to run? Looking for a way to get involved at Hill Air Force Base and stay fit? The fall Cross Country season is quickly approaching and Hill’s avid runners would love for you to join them in this eight race Cross Country Team season running from September 4th-October 23rd.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE – Residents around Hill may notice an increase in aircraft arrivals and departures Aug. 11-22 as the 86th Fighter Weapons Squadron conducts the U.S. Air Force air-to-ground exercise known as Combat Hammer and air-to-air exercise known as Combat Archer.
The Key to Success Educational School Fair will be held 4:30-6:30 p.m. Aug. 13 at the Hill Air Force Base Landing.
In the July 31 Hilltop Times, the name of the artist teaching the Creative Canvases with Carri event at The Landing was misspelled. Her name is Carri Schmidt.
The first Creative Canvases with Carri event will be Aug. 16 and doors will open at 6 p.m., with painting beginning at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $30 and can be purchased at the cashier cage at the Landing or through any outdoor recreation associate at Outdoor Recreation, Tickets and Travel. Seating is limited to 40.
Sports physicals offered on two Saturdays
STRAWBERRY RESERVOIR – It was a flotilla of fishing boats on Saturday morning where over 70 volunteers, most of them veterans, docked at the Strawberry Reservoir Soldier Creek Marina while nearly 100 disabled veterans waited to board the boats for the day of fishing last Saturday morning for the Utah Disabled Veteran Fishing event.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — As a lifelong military man, Col. Ronald Jolly usually doesn’t like to stay in the same place for too long.
Aug. 1, families gathered in the Hill Air Force Base Centennial Park for the annual Hill Family Camp-Out. This was the sixth year for this event, and while the last three years had “western” themes, this year’s theme was “Pirates on the Hill.”
As excited as I was to tell moviegoers about 2011’s “The Muppets,” I must admit, this sequel to that extraordinary reboot feels more or less ordinary.
BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. — Most Americans are born with a political rattle in their hands and learn to shake it early.
ROYAL AIR FORCE ALCONBURY, United Kingdom — Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James visited Royal Air Force Alconbury and RAF Molesworth, England, to learn more about the mission of the 501st Combat Support Wing and to discuss with Airmen the current state of the Air Force.