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According to George, the museum is packed with pictures that tell the story of what these kids had to go through to survive.
John Monk is far from typical. He was enlisted during not one, not two but, three wars. That’s why John is this week’s hometown hero.
In honor of Halloween, KSN teamed up with a group of paranormal investigators to go ghost hunting in Delano.
Sharon Lackey has been behind the wheel for the last 40 years that’s why she is our KSN Hometown Hero.
This weekend’s Field Of Brews event is a fundraiser sponsored by KSN to help Starkey.
“The lab people that I work with there often say thank you and that’s all that’s needed,” said volunteer Larry Bennett.
Kathy Bowles is a true “Hometown Hero” for the incredible volunteer work she does for the Wichita area.