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Flooding killed Kansas’ trees and state park tourism

The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism stands to lose millions of dollars after record spring rains led to park closures, property damage and washed-out roads. In most of Kansas, the rain started in early spring and didn’t stop until the end of June. High water levels at reservoirs (where ...

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