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SOLOMON — When Chapman resident Ken Wood had farm equipment on his more than 500 acres of land destroyed by an EF-4 tornado on May 25, he never thought he’d be able to use any of it again.
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MACKSVILLE – Edna has been gone five years.
- By Kathy Hanks Staff writer email@example.com
A new Kansas guidebook is leading the curious to the state’s best chicken-fried steaks, and also to the Scary Bridge in Ness County.