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By JEAN DUBIEL  Guardian staff writer    FORT POLK, La. — The Zika virus currently poses no threat to Fort Polk or the continental United States, according to installation experts. However, given the concerns of the U.S. Surgeon General, the Centers for... + continue reading
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By ANGIE THORNE  Guardian staff writer    FORT POLK, La. — Parkway Elementary School is a new school project being built on La. Hwy 467 for first through fourth grade students. As the ribbon cutting for the school draws near — currently scheduled... + continue reading
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By TIM HIPPS  U.S. Army Installation Management Command    SAN ANTONIO — Five Soldiers are among the first 100 athletes named to the U.S. Olympic Team scheduled to compete Aug. 5 through 21 in the 2016 Olympic Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro. Rapid-fire... + continue reading
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By VIVIAN LOPEZ  Guardian staff writer    FORT POLK, La. — “Good enough never is,” business leader Debbie Field once said. These words echoed in the Main Post Chapel May 12 as Fort Polk Garrison Commander Col. David Athey addressed the 128... + continue reading
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By TOMMY MORRIS  DPTMS    FORT POLK, La. — June 1 signals the official beginning of hurricane season in the Gulf of Mexico so it’s not too early to prepare for a potential land-falling tropical storm or hurricane. It only takes one storm to change... + continue reading

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DeRidder, La. — Take a dysfunctional family from a small Texas community, put them smack in the middle of a crisis, add a colorful cast of characters and watch havoc ensue. That’s the premise of “Daddy’s Dyin’, Who’s... + continue reading
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By DAVID H. RITTGERS   The following courts martial are announced by the Fort Polk Office of the Staff Judge Advocate for the first quarter of 2016: • On Jan. 26, a sergeant from 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, was... + continue reading

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By ANGIE THORNE  Guardian staff writer    FORT POLK, La. — Soldiers from the 519th Military Police Battalion volunteered at North Polk Elementary School May 13 during its end-of-year Field Day. The 519th is NPE’s “Partner in Education.... + continue reading
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A child celebrates after successfully dunking a Soldier at the Fort Polk Warrior Cajunfest May 5 at the After Action Review theater parking lot. The festival featured live music from The Molly Ringwalds and the Jordan Anderson Band, Cajun food from Hickory Smokehouse, youth activities... + continue reading
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By Petty Officer 2nd Class CHARLOTTE OLIVER   ORLANDO, Fla. — More than 500 wounded, ill and injured athletes from 14 nations gathered for the opening ceremonies of the 2016 Invictus Games. The Invictus Games are an international Paralympic- style, multisport event created... + continue reading
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