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Garden City is located in southwestern Kansas. It is home to the Lee Richardson Zoo, the largest zoo in western Kansas. Garden City is also the location of "The Big Pool," also nicknamed "The Big Dipper" by its developers, which is larger than a 100-yard football field. It holds over 2.2 million gallons of water! It is so large that it can even accommodate waterskiing. Construction of the pool began during the Great Depression when funds were tight. It was hand-dug by local farmers who used a soil-scraper powered by horses to enlarge the pool.

Population: 28451
Local Newspapers: The Garden City Telegram
Local Sports Teams: Wichita Thunder Wichita Wranglers
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Zip Codes associated with garden city, kansas: 67846
Towns/Cities near garden city, kansas : Holcomb Lakin Cimarron Dodge City Sublette Ulysses

Garden City News
How area lawmakers voted on Senate Bill 30

The Kansas House on Monday night rejected Senate Bill 30, which in part called for repealing an income tax exemption for owners of 330,000 businesses as well as the creation of a new upper income tax bracket, on a vote of 53-68.

Foiled White Supremacist Terror Plot Unites Community Around Refugees

The Crusaders, a terrorist group formed by Curtis Allen, Gavin Wright, and Patrick Stein, thought of themselves as patriots resisting a Muslim takeover of the United States. In the weeks before the 2016 election, the FBI and local police officers in Kansas foiled a terrorist plot by three members of an anti-Muslim white-supremacist group called the Crusadors.

Judge Rebecca Crotty retiring June 19

In this Sept. 27, 2010, file photo, Shawnee County District Court Judge Rebecca W. Crotty is sworn in to office.

Colahan - Long Wedding

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Long Mr. & Mrs. J. Randolph Colahan and Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Long, both longtime residents of Garden City, are pleased to announce the marriage of their children, Claire E. Colahan and Thomas R. Long. Claire is a 2009 graduate of Garden City High School and a 2013 graduate of Duke University, where she received a Bachelor's degree in Public Policy.

Two Garden City teens arrested following social media threats

Police said students at Garden City High School were never in danger from threats made on social media and two teenagers have been arrested as a result of an investigation.

Garden City football player, 19, died of natural causes, coroner says

The death of a Garden City Community College football player this weekend has been deemed the result of natural causes, authorities said Tuesday. Sean Callahan, 19, a sophomore offensive lineman from Gardner, was found dead in Kismet on Sunday , the Seward County Sheriff's Office has said.

Two men take plea deal, avoid trial in death of Glenville coach Ted Ginn Sr.'s nephew

Two men set to face trial Monday on aggravated murder and other charges pleaded guilty in the death of the 19-year-old nephew to Glenville Academy football coach Ted Ginn Sr . Alonzo Patterson, 20, who police say was the triggerman in the May 18 slaying of Diamond Russell, pleaded guilty to manslaughter, attempted murder, tampering with evidence and carrying a concealed weapon.

Farmers eye LEMA proposal to curb aquifer depletion

For years, irrigators and others have been sipping the region's groundwater reservoir faster than it can recharge.

A recap of the April blizzard & its impact on cattle & crops

For feedlots and wheat farmers in Kansas and the surrounding states, a late April blizzard was an unexpected, damaging and deadly storm. At the end of April, feedlots in Kansas, Oklahoma, the Texas Panhandle and Nebraska were hit by a massive snow storm that blanketed the area with more than a foot of snow.

Restoration: Fleet Model 8

McConnell Air Force Base in Kansas is named after the McConnell brothers, Fred, Thomas, and Edwin, who gained a measure of fame during World War II. "The flying McConnell brothers," brought up in the pre-war aviation milieu in Wichita, joined the Army Air Corps together, trained together, and served together.

With snow, freeze hurting western Kansas farmers, those in central...

George Dickson, with Marquarie Bank of New York City, uses a yardstick to measure wheat in a field south of St. John Wednesday, May 3, 2017.

Cattle Futures, Beef Price Soar After Blizzard Clobbers Midwest

Cattle futures extended a surge to a record and wholesale beef jumped to a 13-month high after a weekend blizzard hammered the Midwest, and a Kansas livestock group estimated the snowstorm may have killed thousands of animals, signaling tightening meat supplies. More than half of U.S. feedlots are located in the region hit by the massive storm that dumped more than 12 inches of snow, blanketing an area from the Texas Panhandle to Nebraska, said Lee Reeve, principal at Reeve Cattle Co.

Winter storm pounds western Kansas, closes I-70

As much as 14 inches of snow had fallen in Elkhart, near the Kansas-Oklahoma border and just miles from the Colorado border, and many trees and power lines were reported down in the southwestern part of the state, according to a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Dodge City. Jeff Johnson said some of the places hardest by the weekend winter storm included areas west of Garden City and Liberal.

First Hour: For Garden City's Almos, music is her passion

Garden City High School senior Baylee Almos walks through the hallway on Tuesday, April 25, 2017, at Garden City High School.

State audit of Garden City schools identifies up to $2 million in savings

Garden City's superintendent told House and Senate members on the Legislative Post Audit Committee steps would be taken to implement ideas for better managing energy costs, disposing of surplus items and selling a storage building. The auditing arm of the Kansas Legislature released a report Friday outlining operating efficiency recommendations that could save the Garden City public school district $1.5 million to $2 million annually.

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