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KS Man Finds WWII Dog Tags and Returns to W. VA Family

I found a very interesting story today in the Bluefield Daily Telegraph Online News.  It is about a member of the Topeka Treasure Hunters Club who was detecting an old airfield near Topeka and found a set of Dog Tags.  With the help of other members of the club they were able to track down the family and return them.    To read all the details of the finding and return …Read the Rest

Osceola urges Kansas to drop Jayhawk name

By Rudi Keller Columbia Daily Tribune Thursday, September 15, 2011 Osceola, a community of about 950 people in St. Clair County, has a message for the University of Kansas: It is time to consider dropping the mascot name “Jayhawk” and ending the school’s association with “a group of domestic terrorists.” In a resolution the Osceola Board of Aldermen passed Tuesday — on the eve of the 150th anniversary of a …Read the Rest

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I am still looking for interested people to help me manage the website.  This is a large undertaking for one person so I would like to find at least 1 or 2 people to help me add clubs, legislation, posts, and run updates.  I can show you everything you need to know and help you if you have questions.  If interested let me know by emailing me at don@dvickers.com

The Chisholm Trail Metal Detecting Hunt

For the past 4 years Caldwell, Kansas has hosted the Chisholm Trail Metal Detecting Hunt.  This is an open hunt that takes place in September (this year it is September 3rd, 4th, and 5th).  As of this post there are already about 50 hunters signed up from all over the country. This is NOT a seeded hunt.  All registration and guest fees go towards prizes, food, and amenities. For more …Read the Rest

Want to attend a Civil War Soldiers Burial?

Fort Leavenworth, Kan. — Members of the Fort Leavenworth community will have the rare opportunity to attend burial services for a Civil War veteran and World War I veterans next week. Civil War veteran Pvt. George McCarthy is one of 14 veterans and three wives whose unclaimed remains will be buried at 10 a.m. July 26 at the Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery. Linda Smith, head of operations for the Missing …Read the Rest

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