Around Knox

  • A royal visit
  • Rushing for a good cause
  • Solving Fort Knox's Energy Equation


    Fort Knox Public Affairs

    The Fort Knox slogan declares to all that “strength starts here.” After this month, Fort Knox can claim the Army’s energy conservation starts here as well.

    After 20 years of implementing green conservation technologies across the post, Fort Knox prepares to officially declare energy independence this spring by “pulling the plug” during a public demonstration to showcase the post’s ability to operate autonomously without reliance on outside power providers.

  • Fort Knox Monthly Retirement Ceremony

    The monthly post retirement ceremony will be tomorrow at 3 p.m. at Waybur Theater and hosted by the U.S. Army Recruiting Command commander, Maj. Gen. Allen Batschelet, and his senior enlisted advisor, Command Sgt. Maj. Willie Clemmons. The public is invited to attend this event, which serves to honor the following retirees.


    Chief Warrant Officer 5 Richard Scott U.S. Army Human Resources Command 31

    Sgt. Maj. Rodney Allen U.S. Army Cadet Command 29


    FKHS yearbook on sale now

    The Fort Knox High School yearbook is currently on sale for $55. An engraved nameplate is available for an additional $5. Check or cash can be accepted at the high school. Payments should be brought to Ms. Hibberd. Credit card orders can be made on-line at yearbookordercenter.com. The school code is 10460.

    School calendar of events online

  • Adjustments and exemptions may lower your taxes


    Fort Knox Tax Center

    Although all income is taxable, not all income is actually taxed. Income that is not taxed results in lower taxes paid, which makes most people happy. This article will discuss the first two items that reduce taxable income: adjustments and exemptions.

    Adjustments are specific items Congress designated to reduce taxable income without requiring itemization. On Form 1040, adjustments can be entered on lines 23 through 35.

  • Passing the colors
  • Beware of NCAA ticket scams

    Better Business Bureau

    The Better Business Bureau is warning basketball fans not to fall for NCAA ticket scams as they follow their favorite basketball teams. If you are making a last-minute decision to see your fav-orite team in the tournament, avoid disappointment, and don’t fall for “too-good-to-be-true” ticket prices on the Internet or elsewhere.

  • AER campaign kicks off to raise funds, awareness


    Fort Knox Financial Readiness Program Manager

    Fort Knox Annual Army Emergency Relief campaign officially kicked off March 1, and will run through May 15. Active duty Soldiers and retirees will be given the opportunity to contribute through their units or organizations. Our goal is not only a concerted effort to raise money, but to increase awareness about AER—AER is here to help the Army “take care of its own.”

  • Garrison Safety Office offers required Army training


    Garrison Safety Director

    Don’t you hate it when you’ve been looking for a particular service or product for a long time only to find out that it has been available to you the entire time? When you find out about the service, you scratch your head and ask, “Why didn’t I know about that?”