At the corner of U.S. 82 and Texas 6 , this impressive monument honors all Knox County veterans from the Spanish-American War through current conflicts. The center arch is flanked by 10 granite slabs listing all county veterans' names.
A thirty-six mile loop northeast of town provides views of farm and ranch lands cut by the South Wichita River breaks, where layers of multicolored soils can be seen. North on Texas 6 to F.M. 1756, east to F.M. 267, south to U.S. 82, then west back to Benjamin. A roadside park on U.S. 82 provides...
This museum houses much of Knox County's colorful history, including a barbed-wire collection and other relics from early settlers (formerly known as the Knox County Museum). Open 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Mon.–Fri. Closed holidays. 200 E. Hays ( on Hwy 82 ). 940/459-2229.
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