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The year was 1931. The Great Depression had changed the face of America. Hardworking folks who had never experienced unemployment, hunger, homelessness, and the inability to feed their families were now facing those grim realities. While some people sought public assistance to survive, others turned to a life of crime for the…
Inside the Rabbit Hole , a national museum celebrating children’s literature set to open in North Kansas City in March 2020, visitors will encounter
— Read on www.kcur.org/post/creative-force-huge-childrens-book-museum-taking-shape-north-kansas-city
For those Kansans looking for more to do every day, check out these underrated places to revisit next time you have time to spare.
— Read on www.onlyinyourstate.com/kansas/ks-underrated-places/
A 200-year-old system of tunnels exists beneath the sidewalks of Leavenworth, home to part of the Underground Railroad and allegedly hosting paranormal activity.
— Read on www.kansan.com/content/tncms/live/
If you’re not afraid of some morning travel, this Kansas donut trail is the one for you. Come treat your sweet tooth to this tasty trail!
— Read on www.onlyinyourstate.com/kansas/kansas-donut-trail-roadtrip/
Interest in the lost city of Etzanoa is greater than archeologists or the leaders of Arkansas City, KS could have ever anticipated. Now they debate whether to cash in on tourism quickly or plan for the long term.
— Read on www.kansas.com/news/state/article219487680.html