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Leavenworth is located in northeastern Kansas. The city was founded in 1854, making it the first incorporated city in Kansas. Its named was derived from nearby Fort Leavenworth, the oldest active Army post west of the Mississippi River. Notable residents of Leavenworth have included famous musician Melissa Etheridge and Hilda Clark who was a model during the late 1800s and was the first woman to be featured on a Coca Cola tin tray.

Population: 35420
Local Newspapers: Leavenworth Chronicle Shopper The Leavenworth Times
Local Sports Teams: Topeka Scarecrows
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Zip Codes associated with leavenworth, kansas: 66048
Towns/Cities near leavenworth, kansas : Lansing Basehor Platte City MO

Leavenworth News
The U.S. Army's rescue of stallions kidnapped by Nazis

Some of the many horses evacuated ahead of wildfires are stabled at the Solano County Fairgrounds near Vallejo, Calif. In "The Perfect Horse," Elizabeth Letts writes about the American rescue of Lippizaner stallions during the closing days of World War II.

Museum hosts 160th-anniversary reenactment of abolitionist's Bleeding Kansas speech

LECOMPTON, Kan: The Territorial Capital Museum in Lecompton will stage a reenactment of abolitionist Jim Lane's fiery speech from a wagon outside Constitution Hall on Oct. 28, the 160th anniversary of the pivotal Bleeding Kansas event that heralded the destruction of slavery. Tim Rues, site administrator of Constitution Hall and a member of the Lecompton Reenactors, will portray Lane, as he has for two decades, delivering an 8-minute condensed version of the widely-published diatribe.

Revised doctrine prepares US Soldiers for changing global threats

WARRIOR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Soldiers from Bravo Company, 8th Brigade Engineer Battalion conduct a tactical road march during demolition training on July 9. The Army released an revised version of the Army Field Manual 3-0 Oct. 6, providing doctrine focused on large scale ground combat. The manual will help prepare the Army to transition from facing insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan to potential adversaries and nation-states like North Korea, Russia and China.

39th annual Autumn Festival draws crowd to celebrate season

The clouds parted just in time for the 39th annual Autumn Festival at the Minna Anthony Common Nature Center Saturday. According to the longtime volunteer coordinator for the nature center, Darlene Sourwine, when the rain stopped soon after the event started, the people started pouring in.

Revised doctrine prepares Soldiers for changing global threats

WARRIOR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Soldiers from Bravo Company, 8th Brigade Engineer Battalion conduct a tactical road march during demolition training on July 9. The Army released an revised version of the Army Field Manual 3-0 Oct. 6, providing doctrine focused on large scale ground combat. The manual will help prepare the Army to transition from facing insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan to potential adversaries and nation-states like North Korea, Russia and China.

Lure of chocolate festival draws visitors to downtown Topeka

A child reached out to touch a large balloon resembling a green M&M Saturday at the second annual Kansas Chocolate Festival in downtown Topeka. Droher, of Leavenworth, said Saturday marked the first time she'd brought her daughter, 3-year-old Victoria Droher, to the capital city.

Duck and cover all over again

At the time of the Cuban missile crisis in October of 1962, I was a sophomore in high school in Leavenworth, Kansas. My father was then a lieutenant colonel in the Infantry serving in South Korea, but he had just finished three years as an instructor at the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, teaching what was called "special weapons," a military euphemism for nuclear weapons.

BCC publishes new 'Prairie Ink'

Editors of Barton Community College's annual literary journal "Prairie Ink" aim to provide a venue for local authors to showcase their creative writing talents and have done so again with the release of the eighth publication.

Debate coach, Hallmark and Silicon Valley executives to be inducted into Topeka High Hall of Fame

Pam McComas, who coached and taught debate, forensics, speech, history and freshman English, will be honored as a distinguished staff member on Sunday during the 36th annual Topeka High School Hall of Fame ceremony in the school's Chester Woodward Library. Raymond Powers, a 1964 graduate of Topeka High School and retired Hallmark executive, will be honored on Sunday during the 36th annual Topeka High School Hall of Fame ceremony in the school's Chester Woodward Library.

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