Friday, May 26, 2017
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VILLE PLATTE, La. — Does the smell of burning oak, mesquite or hickory wood make your mouth water? Do you find the best meals are cooked outdoors? Are you a bonafide meat eater? If you said yes to these questions, you won’t want to miss the 2017 Louisiana Smoked Meat Festival June 2-... + continue reading
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FORT POLK, La. — Whether it was running a cross country course or competing in a sprint, pull up, jump rope or shuttle run competition, Fort Polk youngsters showed their mettle May 20 during the annual America’s Kids Run and First in Fitness event at Alligator Lake. As the photos on... + continue reading
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Bugler Chad O. Estes (far left) of the Directorate of Emergency Services plays "Taps" as the rifle detail from the 46th Engineer Battalion, having just fired a 21- gun salute, stands by during Fort Polk’s Memorial Day ceremony May 25 at Warrior Memorial Park.   To read... + continue reading
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By JEAN DUBIEL Editor’s note: This is the second in a series about observer-controller-trainers at the Joint Readiness Training Center. FORT POLK, La. — When units go through a rotation at the Joint Readiness Training Center, they are closely watched. The people tasked with... + continue reading
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By VIVIAN LOPEZ FORT POLK, La. — The history of the land that is now Fort Polk is rich, as it was once occupied by Native Americans and early settlers who left their mark long before it became a military installation. The Rock Shop, a hidden gem of Fort Polk, keeps this history alive... + continue reading

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05/26/2017
DERIDDER La. — Dig in and get sticky by eating some juicy watermelon at the Beauregard Watermelon Festival, held at the DeRidder Fair Grounds June 23-24. The opening ceremony takes place June 23 at 4 p.m. with free watermelon and good times to be had... + continue reading
05/18/2017
The Vernon Chamber Orchestra performs its spring concert on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in Fort Polk’s Main Post Chapel. Members have a wide range of ages, backgrounds and abilities. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. http://www... + continue reading

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FORT POLK, La. — Soldiers training for a mission know that injury is always a possibility. It’s part of the sometimes harsh reality of doing their job. Dwelling on it isn’t an option. But when they have a chance to actually experience the quality of care received in a worst-case... + continue reading
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By JEAN DUBIE FORT POLK, La. — Amid a sea of colorful leis and tropical decorations, guests at the 2017 Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month celebration were treated to a history presentation, lively entertainment and exotic foods May 24. Lt. Col. Loreto V. Borce Jr., Joint... + continue reading
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GUARDIAN STAFF FORT POLK, La. — The Fort Polk garrison changes command in a ceremony set for June 13 at 9 a.m. at Parkway Elementary School on La. Hwy 467. Col. David “Gregg” Athey, garrison commander, and Command Sgt. Maj. David Pitt, garrison command sergeant major, will... + continue reading
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