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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…
Through a visit and tour of the Eisenhower Presidential Museum,Library and boyhood home we learned about who Mame and “Ike” Dwight Eisenhower were!
— Read on travelingadventuresofafarmgirl.com/2019/07/30/who-were-dwight-mamie-eisenhower/
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/
Joel Wimer believes state officials are impeding tourism with restrictions on deer-hunting permits.He operates the C&W Ranch southwest of Salina, where operations include outfitting and guiding hunters across 6,000 acres.”The greatest benefits that we can provide out-of-state fee hunters is a rewarding hunting experience on varied terrain over a 70-mile radius, and comfortable bed and breakfast lodging for gentleman hunters,” Wimer said.Rep. Ken Corbet, R-Topeka, introduced legislation on
— Read on www.cjonline.com/news/20190224/kansas-wildlife-secretary-at-odds-with-lawmaker-over-transfer-of-deer-permits
The steady drop is expected to accelerate in coming years, threatening the much-lauded model through which the U.S. has paid for conservation.
— Read on www.npr.org/2018/03/20/593001800/decline-in-hunters-threatens-how-u-s-pays-for-conservation