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JC officials increase amount for Street Maintenance Project

06/26/18-Mike Sellman Junction City officials increased the amount for…  READ MORE read more

Camso Selects Kansas for new Manufacturing Operations

06/20/18-JUNCTION CITY, KA (June 19, 2018) – Camso, an…  READ MORE read more

Camso Manufacturing USA Will Locate Plant in Junction City

06/20/18-JUNE 19, 2018 BY DEWEY TERRILL 6 COMMENTS Camso representative Jason Collins…  READ MORE read more

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MEET HERE AND SAMPLE THE INCREDIBLE, LOCAL FLAVORS

It seems like everybody in Junction City - Geary County eventually makes his or her way to Hildebrand Farms. It’s just outside town in beautiful countryside surrounded by fields of grain and hops. Hildebrand’s gift shop is a great place to sample the best foods in Kansas. You’ll find everything from homemade cheeses and fresh, flavored milks to local specialties like Krehbiel’s Sausage, Hillside Honey, K-State Ice Cream, even free range eggs for your breakfast table. Take home some Kansas lavender oil to enhance your sleep.

Still Hungry?

It’s easy to find a restaurant that serves up real, Kansas-style barbeque, slowly smoked over a variety of woods and covered with a thick, tomato and molasses sauce. In downtown Junction City, you can explore or visit shops and boutique stores that tempt you with everything from antiques to trendy coffees to the latest fashions.

HAVE A MEETING DOWNTOWN WITH HISTORY

The George Smith Reception Hall was formerly the George Smith Public Library.  The building was built in 1907 and formally opened on March 17, 1908.  It was used as the public library until 1983 when the Dorothy Bramlage Public Library was built at the corner of 7th and Adams Street. George Smith Reception Hall is available to rent for receptions, bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, reunions, anniversaries or any other type of event.

Large Space? Geary County Convention Center

The Geary County Convention Center is rated as the Number #1 convention center in the central Flint Hills Region. It is the only dedicated convention center in Kansas located next to I-70 with a capacity for up to 1000 people in a theater setting.  The center accommodates 850 persons in a dining set up for a total of 8 rooms available, with an additional Board Room.

Large Event? Milford Lake Conference Center

The Milford Lake Conference Center is a 4,191 square-foot center overlooking Farnum Creek, next to U.S. Hwy 77. The facility is available for meetings, weddings, reunions, conferences and other special events and comes equipped with high-speed wireless Internet, a brand-new sound system and audio-visual system featuring projectors capable of transferring information between each other. The Milford Lake Conference Center is part of Acorns Resort and RV Park - The Premier Lakeside Resort in Kansas. 


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JC officials increase amount for Street Maintenance Project

06/26/18-Mike Sellman Junction City officials increased the amount for the 2018 Street Maintenance project, Tuesday, June 19.  In March, the City Commission approved a bid…  READ MOREread more

Camso Selects Kansas for new Manufacturing Operations

06/20/18-JUNCTION CITY, KA (June 19, 2018) – Camso, an industry leader in manufacturing off-road tires, wheels tracks and track systems, announced plans today to establish…  READ MOREread more

Camso Manufacturing USA Will Locate Plant in Junction City

06/20/18-JUNE 19, 2018 BY DEWEY TERRILL 6 COMMENTS Camso representative Jason Collins speaking at the podium during the Tuesday night Junction City Commission meeting. The Junction City Commission…  READ MOREread more

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