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Today's News

  • New norm at gates Oct. 1

    By RYAN BRUS

    Fort Knox PAO

  • HRC welcomes new deputy

    By BILL COSTELLO

    HRC PAO

    A career that began more than 32 years ago as an enlisted Soldier from Mississippi ended Sept. 10 with a retirement ceremony for Brig. Gen. Margarett Barnes, who served as deputy commander of U.S. Army Human Resources Command since October 2011.

  • Fort Knox remembers, reflects on nation’s worst terrorist attack

    By CATRINA FRANCIS

    Gold Standard Senior Staff Writer

    catrina.s.francis2.civ@mail.mil

  • AROUND KNOX

    Cadet Command hosting Hispanic Heritage month

    USACC EO

    U.S. Army Cadet Command and Fort Knox will host the 2014 His-panic Heritage Month Observance at the Saber & Quill today from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The theme for this year is “Hispanics: A legacy of history, a present of action, and a future of success.” The observance is open to all civilians, military and their Family members.

    For more information, contact Sgt. 1st Class Lautieri, Fort Knox Equal Opportunity Office at (502) 624-3510.

  • SPORTS PULSE

    Beat the Heat Golf Special

    Lindsey Golf Course has golf specials for the remainder of summer, with special prices on green fees, carts and food. Now through Sept. 30, patrons can get 18 holes and a cart for $20, and add lunch onto that for $26. Call up to seven days in advance for tee times. For more information, call (502) 624-2717 or (502) 943-9929.

    First Tee Program

  • Fort Knox falls to Shawnee in district opener

    By GAVIN LAPAILLE

    Gold Standard Sports Editor

    gavin.lapaille.ctr@mailmil

    The beginning of league play was not kind to the Fort Knox High School football team. The Eagles fell 46-8 to the Shawnee Golden Eagles in the opening action for both in Class 2A, District 4 action at Shawnee High School.

    “This is a young team,” said assistant coach Samuel Wilson. “We have a lot of freshmen on the field who have to step up and play varsity. We’re going to have all those growing pains until they figure football out.”

  • Eddy the Eagle flies back to Knox

    By GAVIN LAPAILLE

    Gold Standard Sports Editor

    gavin.lapaille.ctr@mail.mil

  • Sports no longer distraction from issues

    By GAVIN LAPAILLE
    Gold Standard Sports Editor
    gavin.lapaille.ctr@mail.mil

    Sports are portrayed to be a distraction from everyday life. A chance to forget about the normal problems from society and focus on people playing a game for a couple of hours.

  • Soldier shows passion on court

    By CAPT. JO SMOKE

    3rd IBCT PAO

    Staff Sgt. April Cromartie-Golden, from 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, represents the Army wearing two different outfits on a daily basis: her Army combat uniform and her All-Army women’s basketball jersey.

    Cromartie-Golden has played for the All-Army women’s basketball team her entire military career, beginning in 2008.

  • Military-Brat Approved toys now available at Exchange

    Army & Air Force Exchange Service Public Affairs

    Just in time for the holiday shopping season, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service is stocking its shelves with Military-Brat Approved toys, a kid-tested collection of the hottest dolls, actions figures, play sets and more.

    More than 150 Military-Brat Approved toys were in special Toyland sections, which opened Sept. 17 at Exchanges worldwide. Military-Brat Approved toys can also be found online at www.shopmyexchange.com.