Old Soldiers & Sailors Reunion

Warm weather didn’t dampen the enthusiasm shown by visitors to the Erie, Kansas 146th Old Soldiers & Sailors Reunion. The reunion features a free bean feed and usually serves enough beans to feed over 2,500 people. Paula Sellens, president of The Kansas American Legion Auxiliary and Charles Sellens, The American...

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Spring Storms Can Mean Treacherous Roads

 Kansas spring rain showers and frequent heavy downpours, like we’ve seen over the past couple of weeks, can result in treacherous driving conditions. Nearly 1 million traffic crashes occur each year on wet pavement with more than 350,000 persons injured and nearly 4,500 killed nationwide, according to data from the...

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  Governor Proclaims Kansas American Legion Day

On March 15, 1919, The American Legion was founded in Paris France by members of the American Expeditionary Force. Over the past 100 years, The Kansas American Legion has become a preeminent community-service organization in Kansas. It has more than 40,000 family members in over 500 Kansas American Legion posts,...

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Landowner/Tenant Relations Meeting

Leasing land for farming and ranching has become a necessity to grow and stay competitive in today’s commercial agriculture. Determining an equitable crop share lease for agricultural land is important for good business relations between landowners and producers, but maintaining a good working relationship between landowners and tenants is crucial...

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