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Soldiers, civilian employees and people from the community are getting together this month to celebrate Kentucky military post Fort Knox as it marks its centennial.


Fort Knox welcomed home 25 soldiers from southwest Asia just in time for the holidays.

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Fort Knox says it plans to break ground next week on a new medical clinic to serve the central Kentucky Army post.

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One of the world's most famous gold depositories has opened its vaults to civilians for the first time in more than 40 years.

Rhonda J. Miller

Dignitaries from state and local government, and the military, will officially open the new Radcliff Veterans Center on July 21.

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  Kentucky veterans leaving Fort Knox and Fort Campbell are prime picks for jobs in the civilian workforce. That’s according to Kentucky Commission on Military Affairs Executive Director Colonel Blaine Hedges. He spoke to Paducah area business leaders Thursday about skills veterans have that may be appealing to employers.

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Gov. Matt Bevin says he’s working with incoming President Donald Trump’s administration to come up with a bill that would bring Kentucky into compliance with stricter ID and driver’s license standards.

A Kentucky barn dance-style program for military veterans with PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injury has been approved for a study at a Connecticut university.

Pew: In Hardin County, Black-White Income Gap Is Nonexistent

Dec 16, 2016
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In 1948, President Harry S. Truman signed Executive Order 9981, which desegregated the military and ended racial discrimination in its ranks. 

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About 100 Fort Knox soldiers are scheduled to return home Tuesday following a nine-month deployment in Afghanistan.