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Corbin Witt, superintendent of Geary County Schools, Unified School District 475, is this year’s recipient of the prestigious Dan and Cheryl Yunk Excellence in Educational Administration Award.
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If Soldiers were still unsure of what bad behavior looks like online, the Army clarified it for them in an “All Army Activities” message – commonly called an ALARACT – that went out force-wide last week. Online misconduct, it says, is “the use of electronic communication to inflict harm. Examples include, but are not limited to: harassment, bullying, hazing, stalking, discrimination, retaliation, or any other types of misconduct that undermine dignity and respect.”
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Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the opening of the new Flint Hills Medical Home during a ribbon cutting ceremony July 31 in Junction City, Kansas From left to right: Command Sgt. Maj. Carol Warren-Clark, IACH Command Sergeant Major; Paul Jacob, FHMH Group Practice Manager; Janice Morris, the clinic’s first patient; Col. Risa Ware, IACH Commander; and Col. Peter Minalga, 1st Infantry Division Chief of Staff participate in the ribbon cutting.
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Maj. Gen. Paul E. Funk II (right) prepares to tee off July 31 at Custer Hill Golf Course while 1st Inf. Div. Command Sgt. Maj. Michael A. Grinston, limbers up.  The two were among more than 100 Soldiers and community members who participated in the BRO Golf Scramble, Funk’s last as division commander.
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The Outrageous Donuts team took third place in the Manhattan Parks and Recreation Pluto League postseason tournament. Players included Ciara Alvarado, Jada Anderson, Mallory Baldwin, Megan Bowman, Heaven Devenport, Madison Garrison, McKenzie Garrison, Paige Korman, Veronika Lorentsen, Mia Mackinnon, Roslyn Vaughn, Hannah Bourland, Kortney Shuler, Ally Sears, Amaya Saunders and Gianna Magallanes.
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The Fort Riley Cubs, comprised of youngsters 11 to 13 years old, took second place in the Junction City Junior Baseball Association League postseason Tournament. Players included Kaleb Feuston, Logan Feuston, Dawson Grisham, Caleb Harris, Kai Helton, Sean Holguin, Noah Iriarte, William Massey, Joseph F II Priester, Tyson Schultz, Josue Torres-Sanchez, Hiromi Maranga and Cole Donahue.
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Mark Bacon, facility director for Craig Fitness Center, left, stood with John Gorman, Bacon’s personal trainer and bodybuilding adviser, right, after Bacon placed first in the Masters 50-59 category, first in Master’s Overall category, first in the Open Light Heavyweight category and Most Muscular at Muscle Mayhem June 7 in Overland Park, Kansas.
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Comfort, encouragement and, of course, fun was the order of the day at the Vacation Bible School July 28 through 31. Life lessons and daily themes were taught through a variety of activities. Along with outdoor games, VBS had stations where the kids created a craft each day and watched videos.
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Hannah Benoit, daughter of a retired Soldier, runs from the chaser during link-up tag at the Vacation Bible School July 28 through 31.
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Fort Riley Garrison Commander, Col. Andrew Cole, Jr., tees off at Custer Hill Golf Course.  Players from Manhattan and Junction City gathered to play at the Home and Home Golf Scramble July 30.  There were 16 teams and about 60 people in attendance.  Attendees to the tournament also included current 1st Inf. Div. and Fort Riley commanding general Maj. Gen. Paul E. Funk, II, the Division’s incoming commanding general Maj. Gen. Wayne W. Grigsby, Jr., and Deputy Garrison Commander, Tim Livsey.
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The first Kansas territorial capitol located on Fort Riley, originally the town of Pawnee.
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Dome of the Kansas State Capitol in Topeka.
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Interior view of the ornate dome of the Kansas State Capitol.
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Kansas House of Representatives.
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Maj. Gen. Wayne W. Grigsby Jr., 1st Inf. Div. and Fort Riley commanding general, gives the "Big Red One" colors to Command Sgt. Maj. Michael A. Grinston, 1st Inf. Div. and Fort Riley senior noncommissioned officer, Aug. 6 during the division's Change of Command ceremony on Fort Riley.
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Brig. Gen. Thomas C. Graves, who served as the 1st Infantry Division’s deputy commanding general for operations, ends his farewell speech during a Victory with Honors ceremony July 30 at Victory Park. Graves will next serve as deputy commanding general for operations with Eighth U.S. Army in the Republic of Korea.
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