RENO COUNTY, KANSAS

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Newspaper  Items Index

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Murdered in Kansas ~ October 18, 1874 

Arrival of Seven Immigrants Families ~ March 15, 1877

Shooting in Hayes (Alonzo Watson) ~ September 26, 1878

Immigrants Still Arriving ~ November 21, 1878

Curt Campbell Meets with Accident ~ February 20, 1879

Green Back Convention ~ October 14, 1880

Kansas Man Wants to Build a Skating Rink ~ February 11, 1889

A Pretty Counterfeiter Caught ~ February 9, 1889

A Fatal Explosion ~ June 8, 1889

Burned to Death (Mrs. Jacobs Mason) ~ September 23, 1893

40th Birthday of C. W. Astle ~ November 24, 1894

Charlie Ward Left for Galena ~ February 27, 1897

Robert Kinast Son's 16th Birthday ~ February 27, 1897

Miss Grace Wilcox here from McPherson ~ February 27, 1897

Mrs. Daniel Murphy Returned Home ~ March 20, 1897

Frank Gaston had Terrible Accident ~ April 17, 1897

Children Killed While They Slept ~ March 21, 1899

Their Death A Nightmare ~ March 23, 1899

Moore Confesses ~ March 23, 1899

John Moore Insane ~ March 30, 1899

Moore Convicted of Murder ~ May 6, 1899

A Bull Kills a Kansas Farmer ~ May 15, 1899

Changed the Name - Independence Band is Now Known as McCray's Concert Band ~ August 1, 1907

Mrs. J. E. McNair of Haven is the guest of her sister ~ August 1, 1907

Mrs. H. P. Lyon and daughter, Pearl of Fort Madison, IA are here visiting ~ August 1, 1907

Husband Shoots & Kills (Charley Owens, Tex Mullins) ~ August 31, 1907

Robbers Slay A Nonagenarian ~ October 2, 1908

To Oust Hutchinson, Kan., Mayor ~ October 16, 1908

An A. H. T. A. Man Slain ~ December 22, 1910

W. B. Broadwell Starting A New Town ~ January 26, 1911

Taft Helped To Celebrate ~ September 26, 1911

Taft Bomb Was A Joke ~ October 7, 1911

Mother Perished in Snow ~ January 6, 1912

Kansas Man Kills Mother-in-Law and Wounds Wife's Father ~ February 19, 1914

Law To Make Kids Learn National Air ~ January 2, 1917

The Amish Young Men Will Not Be Drafted ~ April 30, 1917

Kansas Farmer Kills Himself ~ November 5, 1919

Minnie Black to Teach Old Neola ~ April 25, 1929

Visitors from Ohio ~ May 2, 1929

Yoder Family Holds Reunion ~ June 7, 1930

Charles W. Peckham ~ May 27, 1936

Early Day Experiences of A Reno County Pioneer ~ May 27, 1936

Extracts From the Diary of G. S. Bishop ~ May 27, 1936

Haven's First Newspaper & Post Office Building (Fred W. Thorp) ~ May 27, 1936

How Haven was Started in 1886 ~ May 27, 1936

The Last Buffalo (Henderson, Hiett, Mueller, Yoakam) ~ May 27, 1936

Memories of Youth by A Pioneer's Daughter ~ May 27, 1936

Oldest Resident of Haven Township (Amos Rodgers) ~ May 27, 1936

Recollections of Haven by Founder of Haven Journal ~ May 27, 1936

Mayor Geo. D. Merritt ~ May 27, 1936

Augustus Myers Secretary of Grasshopper Club ~ May 27, 1936

Mrs. Augustus Myers in Wedding Dress ~ May 27, 1936

Extracts from the Diary of G. S. Bishop ~ May 27, 1936

Four Persons Hurt in Crash Near Nickerson ~ December 12, 1937

Pearl Bass Wanted a Big Christmas Too ~ December 12, 1937

George Hantz Found Wounded ~ April 24, 1938

Hutchinson Man Killed; Four Injured When Car and Transport Collide (Bert Smith) ~ January 16, 1938

Buhler's Tragic Mystery Solved as Youth Taken from Parents Quarter Century Ago is Found ~ February 6, 1938

Davis Family Reunion Held August 11th ~ August 15, 1940

Farewell Party ~ August 15, 1940

One of Dalton Gang From Here (Dick Broadwell) ~ September 15, 1940

Mr. and Mrs. Don Hargrove Here for Visit ~ January 2, 1941

Newcomers Here ~ July 9, 1942

Picnic at Conway Springs ~ August 2, 1951

20 Yoders at Yoder ~ January 22, 1961

Not Much Life In Tombstone Sale ~ December 4, 1962

Roberto 54 Years; Now He's Robert ~ September 3, 1964

Grave Marker Lawsuit Asks $100,000 ~ January 26, 1975

Mystery Surrounds Gravestone ~ December 21, 1984

Amish:  Keeping Their Own Time ~ February 1, 1987

Jury to Begin Hearing Evidence in Murder Trial (Roy McClanahan) ~ March 24, 1992

Dalton Gang Member May Be Buried in Hutch (Dick Broadwell) ~ September 30, 1992

For Amish, There's No Escaping From Heat ~ July 22, 2006

Family, Buhler Cemetery Corner Linked ~ May 21, 2014 


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