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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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KU ranked as No. 5 best school in the country for veterans

The University of Kansas has earned a top-five ranking in the Military Times Best: Colleges 2018 rankings, formerly known as Best for Vets. The school jumped five spots from its No.

Kansas Army Guard ignores warning signs of flight surgeon's sexual misconduct

Retired Kansas National Guard Sgt. Maj. Derron Lindsey says flight surgeon Mark Wisner, sentenced to prison for sexually abusing patients from 2012 to 2014 at a veterans' hospital in Leavenworth, sought during a 2007 deployment in Iraq to perform anal exams on Lindsey rather than treat rib injuries sustained in a helicopter accident.

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A wreath decorates the grave of Gustav Dormann during the German and Italian Prisoner of War Remembrance Ceremony at Fort Riley on Thursday. Dorman's grandson asked for the wreath at the headstone.

What do you say to a veteran? A simple 'thank you' will suffice | Opinion

It was easy enough to understand at its birth, more so in many ways than the war that made it necessary. On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, the guns finally fell silent.

Fifth annual "Salute Our Heroes" festival, parade set for Saturday in downtown Topeka

Veterans of the U.S. armed services will be honored this Saturday with a "Salute Our Heroes" festival, parade and other activities in downtown Topeka. Veterans of the U.S. armed services will be honored this Saturday with a "Salute Our Heroes" festival, parade and other activities in downtown Topeka.

LeRoy E. Guy

LeRoy Earl Guy of Leavenworth, Kansas passed away at his daughter's home in McKinney, Texas on October 26, 2017 after a 2-1/2 year battle with bladder cancer.

Kansas mom guilty of beating another woman after kids fight

The Kansas City Star reports that jurors found 34-year-old Amanda Lee Gross guilty Monday of battery in Leavenworth County. The attack happened Feb. 2 in Leavenworth after the mother went to Gross' house to talk about a fight their children had in school that same day.

Kansas mom guilty of beating another woman after their kids fought

The Kansas City Star reports that jurors found 34-year-old Amanda Lee Gross guilty Monday of battery in Leavenworth County. The attack happened Feb. 2 in Leavenworth after the victim went to Gross' house to talk about a fight their children had in school that same day.

Old carousel needs work; Local artisans invited to share in Chippewa Park restoration project

This carousel horse has had its paint stripped as part of an effort to restore the Chippewa Park carousel. The restoration process will be the subject of a meeting on Tuesday at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery.

Maximum 20-year sentence for man who burned Army nurse at Ft. Leavenworth

A man accused of setting a US Army nurse on fire at the Munson Army Health Center on Fort Leavenworth has been sentenced to 20 years in prison after being found guilty by a jury in August. In addition, Clifford Currie, 55, a former civilian employee, has been ordered to pay $3.4 million in restitution to 1st Lieutenant Katie Ann Blanchard.

Ex-Army hospital worker to pay $3.4 million to boss he set on fire

An ex-Army hospital employee who set his boss on fire last year will spend 20 years in federal prison, a judge decided Thursday. The man, Clifford Currie, also was ordered to pay more than $3.4 million to the woman he attacked, Lt.

Watching documentaries led to a career teaching military history

As a young child, Jacob Stoil was always interested in military history. Living on the East Coast, he was fortunate that his parents would take him to see battlefields from the Civil War.

Terror attacks in the US since 9/11

An Egyptian national, Hesham Muhammad Hadayet, a permanent resident of the US, killed two people and wounded four at a ticket counter in Los Angeles International Airport. He also died during the attack.

500 Years After The Reformation, Here's How Catholics and Protestants Are Unifying

Protestants and Catholics alike commemorated the Protestant Reformation Tuesday with a historic move of reconciliation between the divergent churches that is 500 years in the making. The 500th anniversary of the Reformation marks the day in 1517, held to be Oct. 31, when common tradition holds that Augustinian monk Martin Luther submitted his 95 Theses to the University of Wittenburg in Germany by nailing them to the door of a cathedral, thus sparking the beginnings of the Protestant church.

Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr. to present Landon Lecture

Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will deliver Kansas State University's 177th Landon Lecture at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 27, in Forum Hall at the K-State Student Union. The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff will deliver the first Landon Lecture of the 2017-2018 school year at Kansas State University.

Jones seeks Jenkins' seat in 2nd District

Jones now represents the 5th House district in the Kansas Legislature, a position he's held since 2013.

Kansas woman faces nearly 7 years in prison for bank fraud

Brenda Wood, 49, of Leavenworth, pleaded guilty to two counts of bank fraud. In her plea, she admitted she made false statements to Farmers Bank in Great Bend.

Parents of missing Kansas teen Randy Leach prepare for civil trial to force document release

Leavenworth County teen Randy Leach disappeared in 1988. This week his parents prepared for a civil lawsuit seeking documents related to the investigation.

The Latest: US Attorney's office stops cooperating in probe

The U.S. attorney's office in Kansas has declined to comment on a court-appointed official's report that the federal office is no longer cooperating with an investigation into the taping of attorney-client meetings at a federal detention center. Special Master David R. Cohen said in a report obtained by KCUR Radio that he received a 24-page letter last month from the U.S. attorney's office stating that it will no longer provide him with information and documents as part of his investigation of claims involving at the Leavenworth Detention Center.

The Latest: US Attorney's office stops cooperating in probe

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The Latest on the investigation of prison recordings at a federal facility in Leavenworth, Kansas : The U.S. attorney's office in Kansas has declined to comment on a court-appointed official's report that the federal office is no longer cooperating with an investigation into the taping of attorney-client meetings at a federal detention center.

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