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The Sunflower State
   is a nickname for the state of   
Kansas
Official nickname. Nicknamed for the official state flower and the wildflowers of the plains of Kansas.
KCTV Tower
   is in   
Kansas City
Tallest self-supporting tower in the United States until 1968
Kansas
   state capital is   
Topeka
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
   contains the line   
"Toto, I've Got a Feeling We're Not in Kansas Anymore."
Kansas City
      
Royals
Kansas
   has the   
Jayhawks
Lawrence, Kansas
Kansas
   plays in the   
Big 12
Lawrence, Kansas
Kansas State
   plays in the   
Big 12
Manhattan, Kansas
Kansas
   has the state flower   
Sunflower
Kansas
   has the Postal Abbreviation   
KS
Jay McShann
   released the album   
Kansas City Memories
Kansas City
   has the   
Chiefs
AFC West. Founded in 1960.
Kansas
   flag is   

The flag bears the motto "Ad Astra Per Aspera", "To the Stars Through Difficulties".
Kansas
      
Has the Windiest City
Dodge City
Kansas City
   stands on the   
Missouri and Kansas
Missouri, U.S.
Fighting Jawhawk
   is the fight song of   
University of Kansas
Lawrence, Kansas, Atop Mount Oread
I'm a Jayhawk
   is the fight song of   
University of Kansas
Leavenworth USP
   is situated in   
Kansas
United States Penitentiary
Dwight D. Eisenhower
   had the nickname   
The Kansas Cyclone
His football nickname at West Point
Picnic (1955)
   was set in   
Kansas
Kim Novak, William Holden
A Jay-Hawker
   lives in   
Kansas
Sam Brownback
   is Governor of   
Kansas
Republican 2011
Nebraska
   lies to the north of   
Kansas
Rocky Kansas
   comes from   
The U.S.A.
Kansas
   has   
A Buffalo and a Sunflower
Joined union in 1861, quarter released in 2005
Kansas
   the highest point is   
Mt. Sunflower 4,039 Feet
University of Kansas
   is situated in   
Lawrence
United States
George Brett
   is famous for   
Kansas City Third Baseman, 3154 Hits
Hit .390 in 1980, highest since Ted Williams' .406 in 1941
University of Kansas
   has   
Baby Jay
Was created 1971
Dodge City
   is situated in   
Kansas
Kansas City
   is situated in   
Kansas
Archdiocese
Kansas City-St Joseph
   is situated in   
Missouri
Salina
   is situated in   
Kansas
Wichita
   is situated in   
Kansas
Kansas Speedway
   is in   
Kansas City, Kansas
1.500-mile oval
Kansas City
   was released by   
Wilbert Harrison
1959 - inducted in 2001; 7 weeks as #1 on the Billboard R&B chart
Kansas City Chiefs
   are in the   
AFC West
"Monarchs"
   played for   
Kansas City, Missouri
Played in Negro National League 1920-1927, 1929-1930. Negro American League 1937-1950.
Whitey Herzog
   was manager of   
Kansas City Royals
1975-1979
Jayhawk State
   is a nickname for the state of   
Kansas
Unofficial nickname. The Jayhawker State is a name derived from the slang name for a Kansan from around 1875 (although it was used in a wider sense as a fighting abolitionist before then), and still occasionally used, but shortened to Jayhawk State.
Wizards
   is based in   
Kansas City
Missouri
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
   is situated in   
Kansas City, U.S.A.
The visual arts of varied cultures
Kerry Livgren
   has played guitar in   
Kansas
American born, co-founder of band
University of Kansas
   is in   
Lawrence
Kansas
Rocky Kansas
   fought out of   
The U.S.A
Old Timer. Inducted 2010
Kansas
   released the single   
Carry On Wayward Son
1976; peaked at #11 on the Billboard Hot 100; one of the band's most popular song
Kansas
   released the single   
Dust in the Wind
1978; peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100; huge following
Kansas
   come from   
The U.S.A.
Kansas City Stomps
   was released by   
Jelly Roll Morton
1928 - inducted in 2010
2015
   World Series Champions were the   
Kansas City Royals
4-1, New York Mets, MVP Salvador Perez






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