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By JEAN DUBIEL   FORT POLK, La. — “There is only one Army. We are not 10 divisions, we are 18 divisions. We are not 32 brigades, we’re 60 brigades. And we’re not 490,000 Soldiers — we are 980,000 Soldiers.” These are the words of Gen.... + continue reading
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By VIVIAN LOPEZ   FORT POLK, La. — The Fort Polk Network Enterprise Center bids farewell to its phone operators Wednesday as they switch to a new automated phone system. These operators — who together total more than 50 years of service — have seen Fort... + continue reading
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By VIVIAN LOPEZ   FORT POLK, La. — Today is Women’s Equality Day. It was 96 years ago today that women were given their voting rights with the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. To commemorate this occasion the Fort Polk Equal Employment Office set up an... + continue reading
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By USAG   FORT POLK, La. — Fort Polk Garrison Policy #4 establishes rules and responsibilities for the protection and control of animals on Fort Polk, whether the animals are maintained by installation residents or are brought onto the post by non- residents. While... + continue reading
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Does your family need a pet? If so, the Fort Polk Stray Animal Facility, located at 665 Colorado Ave. across from the Library and Education Center has plenty of dogs and cats in need of a loving home.     To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition... + continue reading

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By HEALTH.MIL WASHINGTON — While it’s well known the good immunizations do, there are three vaccines of particular importance for military service members and their families. Military Health System officials want people to be more aware of... + continue reading
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WASHINGTON — The Housing and Urban Development and Veterans Affairs departments and the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness announced Aug. 2 that the number of veterans experiencing homelessness in the United States has been cut nearly in... + continue reading

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Storytelling students Gabriella Coggins (left), Kennedy Hardin (center) and their teacher Carolyn Herren listen attentively to Linda Bowers, a professional storyteller, at the Showboat Theater Aug. 23 as she tells them a story that won her an award at a competition.     To... + continue reading
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By JERRIE LeDOUX FORT POLK, La. — As part of the 10th annual Fort Polk Heritage Family Reunion, the Heritage Family Association is sponsoring coloring and essay contests for local youth. Students attending public, private or homeschool are invited to take part. Contest material is... + continue reading
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Soldiers from 256 Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Louisiana National Guard, partner with Soldiers from 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Infantry Regiment, while training at the Joint Readiness Training Center. The 3rd BCT will soon spend more time training with National Guard Soldiers,... + continue reading
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