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The Hays High School girls' basketball team grabbed a 59-36 win against Goodland to open the Orange & Black Classic Tournament on Thursday at Colby... [Read More]
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Nearly 400 soldiers are back home in the U.S. after a 9-month deployment to Afghanistan.  The soldiers returned in two waves Wednesday, with welcome-home ceremonies... [Read More]
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The troops came back from Afghanistan; many of them were gone for at least nine months. [Read More]
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Sergeant Tyrone Hassel III was shot and killed outside his father's home in Michigan on New Year's Eve. [Read More]
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Around 1,000 soldiers come back from their deployment to afghanistan and will be reunited with their families at Fort Carson this week. [Read More]
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About 175 soldiers from the 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division arrived home from Afghanistan at the William "Bill" Reed Special Event Center... [Read More]
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WATCH: Families and soldiers reunite following a homecoming ceremony for approximately 175 Fort Carson Soldiers from the 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division. [Read More]
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The wife of a former Fort Carson soldier has been charged in the death of her husband who was home on leave. The bond is... [Read More]
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Army Cpl. James Loder's daughter, Emersyn, was 5½ months old when he finally met her Tuesday. [Read More]
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The wife of a former Fort Carson soldier who was shot and killed outside of his father's Michigan home on Dec. 31 has been charged... [Read More]
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A soldier who just moved changed assignments from Fort Carson to Fort Stewart in December is now dead, and investigators say his wife and lover... [Read More]
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The soldiers are with the 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division. They deployed to Afghanistan in April in support of the Resolute Support... [Read More]
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She weighs as much as a couple of loaded 18-wheelers and has a mind-boggling appetite, but Fort Carson leaders couldn't be happier with Big Bess. [Read More]
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