The Freedom Festival will be held in John Brown Memorial Park from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15, and from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 16.
It is said that “revenge is a dish best served cold.” If that is true, Jennifer Garner as Riley North serves it up completely dead-cold frozen in the movie “Peppermint.”
The Freedom Festival will be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15, in John Brown Memorial Park, and it will feature Civil War reenactors who will bring the Civil War era to life, along with other family fun activities.
The conversations are endless. Consumers want and some demand to know the origin, safety and nutrition contained in the food they eat or feed their families.
Spotty showers were back a week or so ago. I was driving my little red car with the top down thinking I could make it home without any problems. My roof is not one of those with automatic powers. It is manual… pull and struggle to get it up and then get clamps aligned and secured in place.
The Battle of Osawatomie was an effort by John Brown and 30-45 Free State defenders of Osawatomie to delay the looting and burning of Osawatomie by a force of 250 proslavery militia men led by John Reid until the citizens of Osawatomie could escape to safety on Aug. 30, 1856.
Several of you expressed interest in the organization of the Kansas Republican Party at Osawatomie’s Osage Valley House back on May 18, 1859. Fortunately, there are plenty of firsthand accounts of the event available, and I am able to answer your questions.
The Battle of New Georgia was a raid led reluctantly by John Brown on New Georgia, a nascent community that was constructed three miles west of Osawatomie.
More often than we’d like to admit we sometimes shoot ourselves in the foot when talking about the challenges we face in farming and ranching. These conversations with our friends, neighbors and family members take place at the local café, filling station, after church or Friday evening ball games.