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Cheese curds are among the things the Alma Creamery sells on a regular basis. They also sell their own milk and other homemade treats from a variety of loca¬tions including Wyldewood Cellars Winery and Grandma Hoerner’s.
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Fresh cinnamon rolls are offered by the staff of the Alma Bakery and Sweet Shop. Several eateries and unique shops line the streets of Alma waiting to be explored.
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Grandma Hoerner’s products are on display at the Alma Creamery. The creamery sells specialty products including cheddar, colby, pepper jack, Monterey jack, co-jack, curds and parmesan cheeses as well as their own milk.
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Sampson, one of the original buffalo of the Plumlee Buffalo Ranch just off Interstate 70 on exit 328, sits with the herd during a warm, sunny day.
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Command Sgt. Maj. Joseph Cornelison, 1st Infantry Division senior noncommissioned officer, participates in the Victory Week 2016 trail ride June 7 at Fort Riley. The event was led by the Commanding General’s Mounted Color Guard.
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Command Sgt. Maj. Billy Ray Counts II, 97th Military Police Battalion senior noncommissioned officer, and Lt. Col. Alexander Murray, commander of the 97th MP Bn., celebrate after being awarded the 2016 Victory Cup, during the Victory Week awards ceremony June 10 at Custer Hill Parade Field. The “Guardians” accumulated the most points from sporting events.
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The top award for the Victory Week Ten-Miler waits for its recipient June 7 at Fort Riley. The Division Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion team won third place, the 601st Aviation Support Battalion won second and the 97th Military Police Battalion earned first.
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A crew from “Hamilton’s Own” — 1st Battalion, 5th Field Artillery, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division — fires a ceremonial cannon to indicate the start of June 6’s 100th Anniversary Committee Charter Ceremony. To kick off preparations for the 100th anniversary of the 1st Inf. Div. in 2017, leaders from the local communities and the “Big Red One” and state politicians gathered at Fort Riley to sign a charter outlining the goals of the observance.
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Second Lt. Steve Kerns with the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, strikes Spc. Carlos Ruelas with 97th Military Police Battalion, during the Victory Week 2016 combatives finals June 9 at Fort Riley’s Long Fitness Center. Kerns won the match.
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Col. John M. Cyrulik, commander, 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, stands with retired Maj. Gen. Walter M. Golden Jr. as he attaches the Iraqi Sovereignty and New Dawn streamer to the regimental colors during the Aviation Regiment Ceremony on June 7 at Victory Park. The ceremony was one of several held to commemorate the wartime contributions of the “Big Red One’s original regiments, which included the 16th, 18th, 26th and 28th infantry regiments and the 5th, 6th and 7th field artillery regiments. Each ceremony included participation from veterans.
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Soldiers and Airmen of the 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley fill the roads of Custer Hill on June 6 during the Victory Week 2016 Victory Run.
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Soldiers play in the “Halo” tournament, hosted by staff of the Warrior Zone June 8.  The tournament was part of the Victory Week celebration, and points were counted toward the Victory Cup. For many avid video gamers, this was an area they felt they could excel.  “I love gaming, straight up,” said Pfc. Dennis Hawkins, 541st Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 1st Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade. “I think being that gaming is really big right now, it should definitely be a part of Victory Week. Seeing something like this, and having gaming inside Victory Week is almost a must.”  There were 33 battalion level teams taking part in the tournament.
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Nebraska Adjutant General Maj. Gen. Daryl Bohac, speaks with Soldiers from the Nebraska Army National Guard during his visit to Fort Riley June 9 to observe annual training at the Douthit Gunnery Complex. “You can have the training complex and the ranges here, but if the relationship doesn’t exist between (Maj.) Gen. Grigsby and us and the post and my staff – that’s what makes this work,” Bohac said. “It’s not just geography or the place, it’s the people and the way we come together to provide excellent training for the total Army. That’s a huge win in my book. I credit (Maj.) Gen. Grigsby and the staff down here for the attitude and how things are done and the way the staff flexes to make sure we get the right things for our Soldiers.”
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Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts visited Fort Riley to observe Soldiers from the Nebraska Army National Guard train at the Douthit Gunnery Complex June 9.
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Soldiers from the 1st Infantry Division interact June 6 in Normandy, France, with others who have gathered to commemorate the 72nd anniversary of the D-Day invasion of France. Active “Big Red One” Soldiers attended the ceremony to help locals and veterans celebrate the achievements of their long-ago fellow Soldiers and remember those who did not return from World War II.
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More than 300 Soldiers with the 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, returned to Fort Riley June 5 following a nine-month deployment to the Central Command area of responsibility. This was the first large group of “Dagger” brigade Soldiers to return. All Dagger Soldiers are expected to return to Fort Riley by the end of July.
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