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Many campgrounds can accommodate tents and RVs to suit any camper’s style of “roughing it.” Locations for RVs often include sewage and electrical hookups.
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From minutes to hours from Fort Riley, there are a variety of campgrounds open for the winter. Many have water front areas while others are heavily wooded.
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Cabins are available for rent at several campgrounds within a day’s drive of Fort Riley. Some cabins have electricity and water while others are primitive.
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Kanza is one of several cabins available for rent at Tuttle Creek State Park in Manhattan. Many other parks around Kansas have cabins for rent, although numbers are limited, so reservations should be made early to guarantee one.
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Maj. Gen. Joseph M. Martin, 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley commanding general, signs the “Commitment to Our Military Families,” and the “Healthcare Resource Sharing Agreement with Veteran Affairs Eastern Kansas Health Care System” proclamations during the Patient and Family Covenant Signing at the Irwin Army Community Hospital community garden Nov. 15.
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Col. John J. Melton, Irwin Army Community Hospital commander, signs the “Commitment to Our Military Families” and the “Healthcare Resource Sharing Agreement with Veteran Affairs Eastern Kansas Health Care System” proclamations during the Patient and Family Covenant Signing at IACH’s community garden Nov. 15.
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Curtis Wood, front left, operation specialist with the Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security, looks at the virtual horizon as Heather Stewart, back left, garrison Plans, Analysis and Integration Office management analyst and James Johnson, back right, talent acquisition manager, CivicPlus, ask Frank Carbonneau, lead flight instructor and quality assurance, DPTMS, a question about the Chinook CH-47F during the Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program Nov. 17.
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About 170 volunteers from the Kansas American Legion Auxiliary, Sons of the American Legion and Legion Riders came together at the Warrior Transition Battalion clamshell Nov. 18 to give out 15 different Thanksgiving meal fixings and 700 turkeys during the 10th annual “Big Red One” Turkey Run. The event was free and open to Soldiers, WTB members and their families, Gold Star families and families of deployed service members.
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Braleigh Dale, 6, daughter of Tech. Sgt. Ronald, Anderson, 22nd Logistic Readiness Squadron from McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas, helps distribute boxes of mashed potatoes to the attendees of the 10th annual American Legion “Big Red One” Turkey Run Nov. 18 at the Warrior Transition Battalion. Her parents also were at the same table volunteering with her.
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Step into the past and tour the many antiques shops in Paxico. The community was known as Strong Mill in 1879 when the Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska railway made its stop through the town. The railway was later dissolved and is now known as Union Pacific.
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Paxico has an array of antique shops lining Newbury Avenue and Main Street. Two shops are Hidden Treasures at 105 Newbury, and Mill Creek Antiques at 206 Main Street. Both shops are only a few that Paxico offers.
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Many objects are available for antique shoppers in Paxico. A bar, originally from the Dakota territories, harkens back to the days of the Wild West.
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Antique stores are filled with hidden gems waiting for a buyer to take them home. Paxico has an antique shopping mall for those who enjoy finding something special.
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Tricia Verschage, right, ghostess for the Historical and Archaeological Society of Fort Riley, shares ghost stories about the Fort Riley Trolley Station to students enrolled in a military public relations course from Kansas State University Nov. 17. The students participated in the tour alongside two instructors from K-State to hear the stories of hauntings across historic main post and understand more about what life is like living in housing on Fort Riley. During their tour, they made stops at the Custer House, 9/11 memorial and more.
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Fort Riley garrison commander Col. John D. Lawrence, left, and Maj. Gen. Lee Tafanelli, adjutant general of Kansas National Guard and director of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, pose at the front of Locomotive No. 1943, The Spirit, during Union Pacific Salute to the Military Nov. 6 near the First Territorial Capitol building.
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Fort Riley garrison commander Col. John D. Lawrence speaks to an audience during Union Pacific Salute to the Military Nov. 6 near the First Territorial Capitol building. Union Pacific is touring the country with Locomotive No. 1943, The Spirit, which honors the armed forces.
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