Kansas National Guard http://kmuw.org en Kan. Furloughed Employees Recalled To Work http://kmuw.org/post/kan-furloughed-employees-recalled-work <p>Civilians who were furloughed at two Kansas National Guard maintenance sites will go back to work.<br /><br />The Kansas Adjutant General&#39;s Department said Monday that 126 of the 263 federally-funded state employees will return to work at sites in Salina and Fort Riley.<br /><br />The employees perform maintenance on military equipment for active duty and reserve units.<br /><br />The department says they can be recalled because they are working under funding from the fiscal year that ended on September 30.<br /> Tue, 15 Oct 2013 12:28:44 +0000 Associated Press 24865 at http://kmuw.org Kansas National Guard Recalled From Shutdown http://kmuw.org/post/kansas-national-guard-recalled-shutdown <p>All but five of the 772 Kansas National Guard airmen and soldiers who were furloughed last week because of the partial federal government shutdown are being called back to work.<br /><br />The Kansas adjutant general&#39;s office said Monday that the recalls came after the Department of Defense issued guidance over the weekend regarding which employees were covered by the federal furlough orders.<br /><br />Those five National Guard technicians who remain furloughed don&#39;t meet the guidance for recalls as stated by Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel.<br /> Tue, 08 Oct 2013 12:58:40 +0000 Associated Press 24549 at http://kmuw.org Federal Shutdown Hits Kansas National Guard http://kmuw.org/post/federal-shutdown-hits-kansas-national-guard <p></p><p>Seven hundred Kansas National Guard personnel are being sent home as the impact of the federal government shutdown takes hold. Tue, 01 Oct 2013 22:43:48 +0000 Associated Press 24259 at http://kmuw.org Furloughs Coming For Kansas National Guard Members http://kmuw.org/post/furloughs-coming-kansas-national-guard-members <p>The Kansas National Guard says it will furlough about 1,100 members for up to 11 days because of federal funding shortfalls.<br><br>Major General Lee Tafanelli, who heads the Kansas National Guard,&nbsp;<span style="line-height: 1.5;">says the furloughs will affect members whose jobs are federally funded, such as those in administration and logistical support.</span><br><br>No furloughs are planned for active-duty and reserve members. The furloughs were ordered by the Defense Department.<br> Thu, 16 May 2013 11:46:29 +0000 Associated Press 17324 at http://kmuw.org