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The only stage stop on the Sante Fe Trail which is still open to the public, three original buildings at the Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm Historic Site in Olathe, Kansas are on the National Register of Historic Places.   J.B. Mahaffie and his wife, Lucinda, moved to Olathe from Indiana.   Ma...
01/15/2007
Kansas City Marble Collectors Club has a fine reputation among the collecting community.  The group with this snazzy logo is eager to sponsor charity events and has particpatied in a kids day at the Kansas City Speedway in other years.March 4, 2007 is the big day to lose your marbles at the ‘Marb...
01/14/2007
Ensor Farm Site & Museum in Olathe, Kansas gives visitors a wide glimpse of life over nearly 100 years in Olathe and with the Ensor Family.  Marshall Ensor, his wife Ina and his sister Loretta Ensor were avid ham radio operators. Marshall received the prestigious 1940 William S. Paley award, the ...
01/13/2007
Business women in Overland Park, Kansas have a chance to network pro-actively at a innovative and attractive site :  ToFlourish.   'flourish! Magazine is published 6 times a year with a mission to connect, inform and inspire, businesswomen.  Founder/Publisher Sheridan Sechter describes the magazi...
01/11/2007
The effort and successes of the Kansas City Space Piratea and their climber project speak highly of the Kansas City culture, Kansas City's progressive attitude.  The Kansas City Space Pirates were, imo, the most engaging team shown at the 2006 Space Elevator competition on the PBS Nova program th...
01/11/2007
Shawnee, Kansas was originally known as Gum Springs because the Shawnee Indians lined a valuable spring in the area with Sweet Gum tree trunks to keep the spring from becoming fouled and filled with silt.  The town today has encompassed other small communities such as Monticello, Monrovia, Hollid...
01/09/2007
Leawood, Kansas is a community that in "in charge" with a speedy history.  Part of a dream beginning in 1922, the subdivision was the first development to become incorporated as a Johnson County city in 1948.   A quiet village before World War II, the development had appeal to returning veterans ...
01/09/2007
Points coming together in US history for Lenexa, Kansas - You can stand where history was made, thanks to the Lenexa Historical Society.   James Butler (Wild Bill) Hickok staked a 160 acres claim where modern day Lenexa streets of Clare Road and 83rd cross  The Sante Fe Trail passed through prese...
01/06/2007
Open year-round from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST Monday through Friday, Kansas Speedway is located at the intersection of Interstate 70 and Interstate 435 in Kansas City, Kansas. The Speedway opened and ran its first race in June, 2001. The track is a 1.5 mile tri-oval with 15 degree banking on the turn...
01/04/2007
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Published annually in Prairie Village, KS, Kansas City Voices magazine features fiction, poetry, articles, essays and visual art.  The 2006 launch of the fourth addition was at the Johnson County Resource Library in Overland Park, Kansas.Authors over 18 years of age have from August 31 to January...
01/03/2007
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