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  • Government shutdown impacts at Fort Riley - KWCH - KWCH
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    KWCH

    Government shutdown impacts at Fort Riley - KWCH
    KWCH
    (RELEASE) As Congress continues to work toward passing legislation to fund the government, several people are wondering how this will affect day-to-day activities. Public Affairs Director Bob Everdeen says activities and personnel at Fort Riley


  • Fort Riley soldier found dead at Junction City residence - Topeka Capital Journal
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    Topeka Capital Journal

    Fort Riley soldier found dead at Junction City residence
    Topeka Capital Journal
    Jon Meredith, commander of the 1st Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, in a Fort Riley-issued news release. "We will continue to fully support his family and friends during these challenging times and


  • Congressman Marshall to donate salary during shutdown to Fort Riley - KSN-TV
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    KSN-TV

    Congressman Marshall to donate salary during shutdown to Fort Riley
    KSN-TV
    I will be donating my pay every single day this government is shutdown to USO Fort Riley. This organization supports military families and spouses who are coping with long deployments and separations from their loved ones


  • Fort Riley soldier dies at a Junction City home - Manhattan Mercury
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    KSAL

    Fort Riley soldier dies at a Junction City home
    Manhattan Mercury
    A 1st Infantry Division soldier was found dead in Junction City on Monday, according to Fort Riley officials. Spc. Hunter Schmidtke, 25, an infantryman with Company B, 1st Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Comba


  • Fort Riley soldier dies at home in Junction City - Manhattan Mercury
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    Fort Riley soldier dies at home in Junction City
    Manhattan Mercury
    A 1st Infantry Division soldier was found dead in Junction City on Monday, according to Fort Riley officials. Spc. Hunter Schmidtke, 25, an infantryman with Company B, 1st Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Combat T


  • Hiring proves to be consistent problem for Fort Riley day care - KSNT News
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    KSNT News

    Hiring proves to be consistent problem for Fort Riley day care
    KSNT News
    FORT RILEY, Kan. (KSNT) "” It takes more than 400 people to run the Child and Youth Services program on post, so they have to be proactive with their hiring. The program relies heavily on military spouses. "We pretty muc


  • Fort Riley looking to hire dozens for its Child and Youth Services - WIBW
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    WIBW

    Fort Riley looking to hire dozens for its Child and Youth Services
    WIBW
    FORT RILEY, Kan. (WIBW) -- Child and Youth Services on Fort Riley held a Job Fair Tuesday to fill 28 job positions for all levels of child and youth program assistants. Child and Youth Service Coordinator Michelle Durgin says


  • Fort Riley soldier holds special reenlistment ceremony - KSNT News
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    KSNT News

    Fort Riley soldier holds special reenlistment ceremony
    KSNT News
    For the last several years Parga has been on a special mission to invest in students at Maple Hill Elementary through Fort Riley's "Adopt-A-School" program. "He's fun to be around and I think that really helps kids relate to hi


  • Quincy physician rose to major during World War I - Herald-Whig
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    Herald-Whig

    Quincy physician rose to major during World War I
    Herald-Whig
    Dr. Thomas Blackburn Knox was the first to receive a commission as a lieutenant and left for Fort Riley in Junction City, Kan., in July 1917. Eventually 21 Adams County physicians served in World War I. That number represented 30


  • Almost 35 years ago, she let a stranger hold her newborn. It still haunts her today. - News & Observer
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    Chicago Tribune

    Almost 35 years ago, she let a stranger hold her newborn. It still haunts her today.
    News & Observer
    One of her brothers was in the Army, stationed at Fort Riley, and he had mentioned his sister Eleanor to a buddy named Kevin. She and Kevin became pen pals during her pregnancy, trading