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    Hospital clinics closed Monday

    IRACH PAO

    In observance of the federal holiday Feb. 16, the outpatient clinics at Ireland Army Community Hospital will be closed. In addition, the main hospital outpatient pharmacy, Binter Street Pharmacy, and the laboratory will be closed. Inpatient services and the emergency department will be open to ensure access to emergency services.

    The Gold Standard deadlines change

    Garrison Public Affairs Office

  • IMCOM lays groundwork for workforce needs

    By AMANDA KRAUS RODRIGUEZ

    U.S. Army Installation Management Command

    The newly developed U.S. Army Installation Management Command Strategic Human Capital Plan lays groundwork for re-shaping its workforce and culture to answer the future needs of the Army, provide premier installation management and become one of the premier federal workplaces by the year 2025.

  • Kynect application deadline close

    By KERRI RICHARDSON

    Governor’s Office of Communication

    With a little more than a week remaining in this enrollment period, 142,349 individuals have taken advantage of Kynect to enroll in healthcare coverage for 2015. This number includes nearly 96,000 Kentuckians who have either newly enrolled in a qualified health plan since Nov. 15, 2014 or renewed the private insurance plan they purchased through Kynect last year.

  • SMCRA settles mortgage violations

    DOD News, Defense Media Activity

    The Justice Department announced today that under its settlements with five of the nation’s largest mortgage servicers, 952 service members and their co-borrowers are eligible to receive over $123 million for non-judicial foreclosures that violated the Service Members Civil Relief Act.

  • Beverly named Knox’s MYOY

    By CATRINA FRANCIS

    Senior Staff Writer

    When students graduate high school many have no idea what they want to do with their life. But, Marlena Beverly, the Devers Boys & Girls Club of America Fort Knox Military Youth of the year and John Hardin High School senior, knew she wanted to become a doctor—a neonatologist.

  • IRACH hosts Office of the Surgeon General
  • Nurse Corps celebrates 114 years
  • Cadets focus on Leader Development training

    By RACHAEL TOLLIVER

    Editor

    About 600 senior ROTC cadets from Cadet Command’s 7th Brigade participated in a Cadet Leader Development Exercise Feb. 6-8 at Fort Knox. The training, which was only for those cadets who will graduate in a matter of months, was designed to test what they have learned in critical thinking, problem solving capabilities and leadership.

  • StageOne holding Drama Works camp

    By HANNAH WEMITT

    Stage One Family Theatre

    In partnership with Lincoln Performing Arts Elementary School, StageOne Family Theatre will be offering their trademark DramaWorks Spring Break Camp for students from kindergarten through fifth grade.

  • MOAA sponsoring scholarship for students

    By DICK ARDISSON

    Military Officers Association of America

    For the 20th consecutive year, the Fort Knox Area Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America is sponsoring scholarships for graduating seniors attending a high school or home school program in the Fort Knox area (Fort Knox, Hardin County, Meade County, LaRue County, Elizabethtown Independent, FAITH Home School and North Hardin Christian School).