Constantly offered the same updates

For the last two months, a notice appears telling me that there are updates ready to install.  After closing the evening, I let the machine go through the installation process.  However, in the morning, the notice of update is still in place.  The specific uupdates are KB 979909 KB 982524 KB 982168.  How can I get to install them or how can I get rid of them entirely (since they seem to have little interest in my surgery)?

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