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BCC trustees meet with Fort Riley brass

 

The Barton Community College Board of Trustees spend two days last week visiting Fort Riley campus.

The college’s Fort Riley campus has been a mutual asset to the college and to the military for almost three decades, which is a feat that speaks volumes about the quality of Barton’s education, said Mike Johnson, chairman of the BCC trustees.

The board visited the campus Thursday and Friday during a retreat. The time was used to meet with key figures with the Barton Fort Riley location and the U.S. Army to review the overall operations on post, and to ...


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