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Visit The Star's store website at for copies of the Feb. 3 newspaper.
Kansas Newspapers There are 204 Newspapers in the State of Kansas.
The Kansas City Star will move into new offices at Crown Center complex near downtown. The Kansas City Star will move into an office tower in the city's Crown Center complex this summer.
Before it was Kansas City, it was called simply Kansas, when incorporated in 1850, before the official establishment of the Kansas Territory in 1854. When that happened, Kansas the city \u2014 located just inside the boundaries of Missouri \u2014 changed its name to Kansas City to avoid confusion.
The region's largest urban conglomerate is Kansas City metropolitan area, a two-state metropolitan area that extends across the border between the US states of Missouri and Kansas.
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The Kansas City Star, daily newspaper published in Kansas City, Mo., the leading paper of the region and one of the great newspapers of the United States.
Here Are 9 Things You Can Only Find In Kansas World's Largest Easel. ... World's Largest Group of Round Sandstone Concretions. ... World's Largest Hand-Dug Well. ... World's Largest Ball of Twine. ... World's Longest Grain Elevator. ... The Original Pizza Hut. ... The Geographical Center of the Contiguous United States. ... Windiest City in America.
The Star has won eight Pulitzer Prizes in its history - and was a Pulitzer finalist in 2018, 2019 and 2020. In 2020, McClatchy transitioned to private ownership when it was acquired by Chatham Asset Management.
Fun Facts Kansas was named after the Kansa Native Americans. ... Kansas has so many tornadoes, it has the nickname 'Tornado Alley'. Kansas is the home of Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz. ... The State Song of Kansas is 'Home on the Range'. Smith County is the center of the 48 contiguous United States.
It's the geographical center of the country as well as a state filled with salt-of-the-earth people and farmlands that feed the country. You'll find everything from rural communities and small towns to big cities and suburbs. Kansas isn't just Dorothy's home, it's also the setting for \u201cLittle House on the Prairie\u201d.

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