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Around Knox

  • KYNG assists with Derby festival activities

    It literally takes an Army, specifically the Kentucky Army Nation-al Guard, to ensure the two-week party in Louis-ville, aka the Kentucky Derby Festival, goes off without a hitch.

  • KYNG saving taxpayers $100 million through corrosion awareness

    Riddle me this: What ensures combat readiness, preserves our equipment, protects the environment, and saves taxpayers a whole lotta money?

    Answer: corrosion awareness!

    OK, bad joke. But the truth of the matter is, corrosion awareness is no joke. In fact—Friday—was World Corrosion Awareness Day. Not just for the National Guard, not just for the U.S. Army, but for the whole world.

  • If it sounds too good to be true it is, be aware of sweepstake scams

    You advertise a car for sale in the local paper, and someone comes by to test drive the vehicle. She loves the car and wants to buy it now at your asking price. All she has for payment is a cashier’s check for an amount $5,000 more than your asking price. She asks you to deposit the check in the bank, keep $500 for your trouble and give her the remaining $4,500.

  • Knox Hills sponsors Earth Day beautification

    Mother Earth provided perfect weather for the Knox Hills’ Earth Day event held April 22 where more than 300 residents gathered to pick up free grass seed, mulch and flower seed packets. Earth Day attendees also received instruction on proper planting and care for flowers, how to grow the perfect butterfly and hummingbird garden and the importance of recycling.

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  • Fort Knox Community Schools

    FKHS hosting BoE meeting May 20

    By JERRY LEITZELL

    Fort Knox Community Schools

    Fort Knox High School will host the May 20 Board of Education meeting at 1:30 p.m.

    Two items are on the business agenda: FKCS Board Policy Manual and, second, discussion of the document provided to board members by the board president regarding board procedures.

  • Knox celebrating Samuel Adams Brewhouse opening today

    Fort Knox will celebrate the grand opening of its newest restaurant—The Samuel Adams Brewhouse—with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 3:30 p.m. today at the restaurant site on 1st Infantry Division Avenue.

    The Fort Knox Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Directorate renovated and rebranded the installation’s former sports bar and club—the Landing Zone—into a facility that better meets the needs of the installation’s current demographic.

  • JOBS FOR MILITARY FAMILY MEMBERS - Local jobs for military, Family members

    The Army Community Service Employment Readiness Program provides employment information and other supportive services primarily to Family members who are relocating as a result of a military or civilian sponsor’s permanent change of station. Other categories of personnel who are eligible for services are nontran-sitioning military personnel, retirees and their spouses.

  • KEEPING THE FAITH - Time is a precious resource to invest wisely, draw dividends

    What would you do if someone gave you $86,400 and asked you to invest it, you only had that one day to do it, because at the stroke of midnight, it would all disappear? I’m sure that most of us would do our best to seek out a financial consultant or someone we trusted to help us make the most of that investment.

  • SPOTLIGHT ON SAFETY - Safety Day activities May 7-8, other activities scheduled throughout month

    Safety Day is an event for everyone. Literally.

    In addition to the Street Smart presentations at Waybur Theatre on May 7-8 and the Annual Motorcycle Safety Day May 7, other organiza-tions across Fort Knox are also holding Safety Day events.