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Top 10 ways to celebrate Kansas Day

Celebrating Kansas day is something that only true Kansans can understand. While our out of state friends may judge us, we know we’re from the best state and we are proud of it! 374 more words


Happy Birthday Jayhawkers!

She was once called the Great American Desert, a title mistakenly given her by temporary passers-through. She’s always been home to huge herds of North American bison, vast expanses of seven foot tall Big Bluestem prairie grass, forested hills, hawks, bobcats, coyotes, the Arkansas and Big Blue rivers, Cottonwood trees, a ton of deer and antelope a-playing, and not just a few amazing people. 1,073 more words


Calendar day; January 29, 2016

 Friday, the 29th of January, 2016 is the 29th day in 2016 and in the 4th calendar week.

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International Puzzle Day
January 29, 2016 in the World… 1,008 more words

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Two Kansas Bread Recipes: Happy Birthday, Kansas!!!

Tomorrow is Kansas Day! (January 29th) To celebrate 155 years of our great Wheat State, I wanted to share some yummy BREAD recipes! These kolaches and cinnamon twists would warm up any January day and would also make a great Valentine’s Day Breakfast treat (hint hint!). 891 more words

From The Land Of KS

Kansas: An Ode to the Prairie

Today is Kansas Day. My home state was founded January 29 1861. Most people think of the state as dull, boring, flyover country. But those of us who grew up there are keenly aware of its understated beauty. 327 more words

Celebrate This Kansas on Happy Kansas Day: Everyday Magic, Day 836

In honor of Kansas statement turning 154 years old, while Kansas land and sky is tens of thousands of years ago, I offer this poem, and one of… 224 more words


#KansasDay 2015 and why you should go fishing

Today we celebrate Kansas Day. Kansas entered the Union as the 34th state on January 29, 1861. The KDWPT says we celebrate by fishing. I agree!