Kansas woman uncovers long-lost WWII medals in her house, gives vet 'a trip down memory lane'
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A Poem of Gratitude From KansasThe New York Times asked poets laureate from across the country what the people in their states had to be thankful for in this difficult year.
The Dakotas lead the world in COVID-19 deaths per capitaNorth Dakota has hit another high in COVID-19 deaths as the virus continues to hit hard in the middle of the country. One hospital in Kansas turned a waiting..
Heartbreak as COVID floods rural hospitals
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Kansas issued a face mask order. Counties that opted out saw COVID-19 cases rise 100% in 6 weeks, CDC saysKansas counties that upheld the governor's face mask order saw a decline in cases while counties that opted out saw cases rise, a new report says.
U.S. states see record rises in COVID-19 cases
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Exeter war veteran, 97, guilty of sexually assaulting five womenRichard Staves, who served in World War Two, assaulted his victims after speaking of his loneliness.
Rajputana Rifles celebrates its Remembrance Day at Delhi Cantonment
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America's oldest WWII veteran gets a helping handAt 111 years old, New Orleans resident Lawrence Brooks is believed to be the country's oldest living World War II veteran. Upon celebrating his latest birthday,..
Daniel Cordier, from French Resistance hero to art dealerFrench Resistance figure Daniel Cordier - who has died at the age of 100 - was one of a last remaining heroes decorated by Charles de Gaulle for their role in..
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