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Jamie Oberg

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6News video: Tickets sold out for Sunflower Showdown
October 5, 2007
Tickets to Saturday’s Sunflower Showdown are sold out - so those still scrambling for a seat are paying big bucks to get a ticket.
6News video: Fort Riley soldier unable to visit wife
July 3, 2007
A Fort Riley soldier planning a reunion with his wife has his hopes dashed after airport security prevents her from traveling to Kansas.
Fort gets new tanks
March 3, 2007
Millions of dollars worth of tanks rolled in to Fort Riley on Friday.
Visiting Iraqi leader predicts ‘very powerful’ Army in future
January 27, 2007
The commander of the Iraqi Army visited Kansas on Friday to visit soldiers getting ready to deploy to his country and train his troops.
Iraqi leader estimates timetable for U.S. troop withdrawal
January 26, 2007
Just days after President Bush made his case to the nation on more troops for Iraq, the highest ranking Iraqi military leader touched down at Fort Riley Friday. He said American soldiers can start leaving next year. Reporter Jamie Oberg was at Ft. Riley for the visit.
Local marching bands compete in annual festival
October 23, 2005
Twenty-five high school marching bands from Kansas and Missouri participated in the 14th annual Heart of America Marching Festival Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Tonganoxie honors fallen soldier
October 21, 2005
The town of Tonganoxie gathered Friday before the start of the Tonganoxie-De Soto game to honor Lucas Frantz, a soldier who died earlier this week while fighting in Iraq, by retiring his jersey.
Father arrested in death of infant
October 16, 2005
A 5-month-old girl was found dead in an east Lawrence apartment Friday, and her father, who is suspected of abusing her, was arrested in her death.

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