The teachers and staff of Mahaffey Middle School put their heads together and found a way to give their eighth-grade students a final farewell as they prepare to move onto high school in the fall.
With prime tornado season upon us, it is important to understand everything that goes into tornado recognition, alerts and actions in the event of a weather emergency.
Summer is just around the corner and the staff of Robert F. Sink Memorial Library is inviting Fort Campbell readers of all ages to “dig deeper, read, investigate and discover” together during the summer reading program.
Command Sergeant Major Joseph Harbour is preparing to assume responsibility as U.S. Army Garrison-Fort Campbell senior enlisted adviser from Command Sgt. Maj. Jason W. Osborne, May 28, during a ceremony at Wilson Theater.
Senior leadership from the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Fort Campbell garrison and Blanchfield Army Community Hospital continued their weekly Facebook Live town hall series, May 19, providing updates on the post’s COVID-19 response and its impacts on operations and the community.
A community of Family, Fort Campbell High School faculty and staff, friends and Army leadership lined the streets May 16 cheering the FCHS Class of 2020 as the seniors drove by in their decorated vehicles.
The Manalang Family is managing to celebrate major milestones and keeping positive even while being split up because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ejabella Shrestha, a graduating senior, visited Fort Campbell High School one last time May 12 with her parents, Sudhir Shrestha and Julee Thaiba Shrestha.
The Fort Campbell High School Class of 2020 salutatorian shared her message of acceptance, adaptability and how personal success looks different for everybody during her commencement speech, a capstone to years of hard work and academic discipline she set for herself.
Jack Cogbill is the Fort Campbell High School Class of 2020 valedictorian, an honor he owes to a supportive military community, his Family and the faculty and staff who have guided him along the way, he said.
Innovative techniques were implemented to allow Fort Campbell High School’s 87 graduating seniors to celebrate the end of their high school careers, while still practicing social distancing.