In celebration of the National Public Health Week, please join Ireland Army Community Hospital at the Fort Knox Exchange April 5 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. to learn more about public health and ways you can become a healthier you.
As the warmer spring weather draws motorcyclists onto Kentucky roadways, the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety is launching its “Share the Road with Motorcycles” campaign to reduce crashes and save lives.
s things around Fort Knox have changed over the years some wonder, what’s left? However, if we take a good look around we discover there is so much more on the installation than even 10 years ago, and much for which we haven’t given credit.
In 1769 Daniel Boone, brother-in-law John Stuart, along with four other companions were scouting and hunting in what would one day become the Commonwealth of Kentucky. One December day Boone and Stuart ventured off on their own but were captured by the Shawnee Indians. Boone immediately warned Stuart to not show any fear. Instead Boone laughed and joked about as if they were happy to see their new “friends.” For seven days the two men continued the crazy ruse as captives until they saw their chance for escape leaving behind all the animal hides.
Scammers are targeting college students with fake jobs. They blast solicitations to college email accounts promising positions with flexible hours and good pay. If you are in college or know a student, be sure to watch out for these phony job offers.
One of our most important responsibilities at the Office of Personnel Management is to help departments and agencies hire the talented employees they need to fulfill their missions. As the world confronts the Zika virus, OPM is enabling federal officials to more quickly and efficiently bring on the talented individuals they need to aid in the response.