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About: leavenworth, kansas

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

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Where to see the eclipse in Kansas a " and what to expect

Never look directly at the sun's rays. When watching a partial eclipse, you must wear eclipse glasses at all times or use another indirect method if you want to face the sun.

A Trumpworld Homecoming: From Kansas City and City to New York

In which the author goes by plane, bicycle, train, and rental car from Europe and New York to the American South and Midwest. This is Part V - from Kansas City, MO to Chicago and New York City, with cameo appearances by John McCain, Satchel Paige, Louis Armstrong, Harry Truman, George Pullman, Rev.

Chelsea Manning is loving her freedom in Vogue's September issue

The former US army intelligence analyst, who was jailed for providing sensitive military information to Wikileaks in 2013 and released - following a commutation by President Obama - in May , was photographed by Annie Leibovitz for the spread. US President Trump doubled down on his inflammatory 'fire and fury' warning to North Korea, saying maybe he had not been tough enough in the face of the rising threat.

Looking back, I wonder if I should have ... an hour ago

Back in 1962, I was single and looking for a job with Alcoa. Formosa wasn't around at that time.

Kansas AG, Sunshine Coalition to offer free training on open government laws

Free training sessions on Kansas open government laws will be offered at five locations across the state in coming weeks, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and the Kansas Sunshine Coalition for Open Government have announced. "Open access to the functions of government is important to self-government," Schmidt said in a news release.

Kansas officials host free open government laws training sessions

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and the Kansas Sunshine Coalition for Open Government announced Tuesday that free training sessions on Kansas open government laws will be offered at five locations across the state in the coming weeks. "Open access to the functions of government is important to self-government," Schmidt said.

Former hospital worker convicted in attack at Fort Leavenworth

A former civilian hospital employee was convicted today on federal charges of attacking a woman who he set on fire and attacked with a straight razor, U.S. Attorney Tom Beall said. During trial, prosecutors presented evidence that on Sept.

Former Army hospital worker guilty of setting supervisor on fire

A former Army hospital worker who lit his supervisor on fire was convicted Monday of one count of assault with the intent to commit murder, U.S. Attorney Tom Beall said in a news release. A jury found 55-year-old Clifford Currie guilty of the Sept.

Prisons director: Low staffing does not have "any bearing" on El Dorado turmoil

Kansas Department of Corrections Secretary Joe Norwood acknowledged at a legislative hearing Thursday that his department was struggling to recruit corrections officers at El Dorado Correctional Facility but said recent uprisings at the prison have not stemmed from the staffing shortage. At a meeting of the joint Legislative Budget Committee, lawmakers questioned Norwood over problems at El Dorado and KDOC's plans to build a replacement for Lansing Correctional Facility, the state's largest and oldest prison.

Wichita man admits to mail theft, fraud scheme

A Wichita man pleaded guilty Monday to being involved in a scheme to steal from area mailboxes, according to a release from U.S. Attorney Tom Beall. Shalan D. Hiatt, 38, pleaded guilty to single counts of mail theft and possession of a counterfeit mailbox master key, Beall said in the release.

Preparing for the The Great American Total Solar Eclipse of 2017:...

Chris Sorensen, Cortelyou-Rust distinguished professor of physics at Kansas State University, will speak at a K-State-led bus trip to Highland Community College for the eclipse on Aug. 21. Chris Sorensen, Cortelyou-Rust distinguished professor of physics at Kansas State University, will speak at a K-State led bus trip to Highland Community College for the eclipse on Aug. 21. In 1970, Fred Espenak saw his first total eclipse. Now a retired NASA astrophysicist and eclipse expert, he had been planning for the day for seven years.

VA publishing list weekly of adverse actions taken against its employees

Earlier this month, Veterans Affairs began publishing a list of adverse actions taken against the agency's employees. In the network that includes the Topeka VA, 26 employees are listed in the latest report from July 21. Earlier this month, Veterans Affairs began publishing a list of adverse actions taken against the agency's employees.

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