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The Oz Museum in Wamego at 511 Lincoln Ave. has a swatch from Judy Garland’s original Dorothy costume and one of the original 1939 movie production notes to the memorabilia from Oz spin-off books and movies produced in recent years. For more information, visit ozmuseum.com or call 1-866-458-TOTO (8686).
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Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art at Kansas State University in Manhattan has nearly 7,000 exhibits on display. Found at the corner of 14th Street and Anderson Avenue, admission and parking are free.
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The Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art at Kansas State University in Manhattan has the most space dedicated to the widest variety of Kansas art in the state and can be great for those wanting to learn about Kansas history through the eyes of local artists. Through April 1, they are showing the “Fronteras/Frontiers” exhibit.
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Jumpin’ Joes Family Fun Center in Salina features a large variety of classic arcade games from new to old that many are sure to recognize. For more information, visit www.jumpinjoes.com.
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Stock cars decorate an area at Jumpin’ Joes Family Fun Center in Salina. The decor attract patrons and let them know there are go-kart and rookie-cart rides available at the facility. The track at this venue is about a quarter-mile long and there are a variety of karts to suit different heights of riders.
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Get your game on and put your aiming skills to the test with laser tag, a popular family fun center activity.
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Mini-golf is one of the many types of attraction at family fun facilities. Golfers are faced with different levels of obstacles at each course.
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Arcade games are a common sight at family fun centers. At most places, players can redeem award tickets for prizes.
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Timothy Livsey, Fort Riley deputy garrison commander, briefs the regional leaders of businesses and organization from Manhattan, Kansas, during their tour on post Jan. 12. This annual tour is held for neighboring communities to gather a better understanding of Fort Riley’s Integrated Training environment.
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From the left: Jett Harter, son of retired Sgt. 1st Class Robert Harter; Bryson Fisher, son of retired Staff Sgt. Baldwin Fisher; Scoutmaster Pete Paras; Jakob Black, son of Chris Black; and George McVay, son of Command Sgt. Maj. William McVay, Fort Riley Warrior Transition Battalion senior noncommissioned officer; were part of the group who helped discover a stash of stolen items in the woods at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas, Nov. 4, 2017. Also part of the scouting group who led the investigation but not pictured is Lane Campbell.
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Kansas State University’s Kaylee Page looks to make a pass during a victory over the Oklahoma State Cowgirls at Bramlage Coliseum Jan. 13. The K-State women’s team hosted a military appreciation day for families of the 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley. The KSU women’s basketball team wears the patch of the 1st Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade on their uniforms as part of a partnership program between KSU and the 1st. Inf. Div.
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As the “City of Beautiful Sunsets,” Milford’s agricultural fields create a canvas for the reds, oranges and yellows to dance across once the sun sets. Natural landscape is seen around the town creating a border for those who live in it.
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Two brave souls broke out their winter coats to try their luck at ice fishing on Milford Lake. Milford Lake had approximately 5 inches of ice due to the recent below freezing temperatures.
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In the winter months, Milford’s landscape is covered with bare trees. Don’t let that fool the eye for what lies beyond the trees — the lake itself. The town of Milford has about 600 residents that call it home.
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Milford’s city park, which honors the past, present and future, is within the parcel where children and their families can build their own memories. The park itself has the traditional swing set, merry-go-round and teeter totter with additional elements like a horse hitching post.
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:  Milford’s city park holds history on its soil, one being an old wooden boat. Children sometimes play in this sand box when the weather is right while their parents are tucked indoors.
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