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  • Geary county courthouse kansas

    Places

    Junction City is also known as: Geary County / Junction City city.

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  • Bobby Lashley (wrestler and  athlete) was born in Junction City.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Bobby Lashley (wrestler and athlete), Bob Horner (baseball player), Joey Devine (baseball player), Mark Dennis (american football player), and Renee Stout (artist).

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  • Location of Fort Riley, Kansas

    History

    As of the 2010 census, the city population was 23,353. Fort Riley, a major U. S. Army post, is nearby. Junction City is part of the Manhattan, Kansas Metropolitan Statistical Area. Junction City is located between the Smoky Hill and Republican on the west side where they merge to form the Kansas River. In 1853, Fort Riley was established on the northeast side of the confluence. In 1854, Andrew J. Mead of New York of the Cincinnati-Manhattan Company, Free Staters connected to the Massachusetts Emigrant Aid Company planned a community there called Manhattan (there was also a discussion to call it New Cincinnati). When the steamship Hartford delivering the immigrants could not reach the community because of low water on the Kansas River, the Free Staters settled 20 miles east in what today is Manhattan, Kansas. The community was renamed Millard City for Captain Millard of the Hartford on October 3, 1855. It was renamed briefly Humboldt in 1857 by local farmers and renamed again later that year to Junction City. It was formally incorporated in 1859. In 1923, John R. Brinkley established Radio Station...

    The official website for the city of Junction City is http://www.junctioncity-ks.gov.

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All Funeral Homes in Junction City
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Highland Cemetery
703 W Ash St Send flowers
Junction City, KS 66441


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Penwell Gabel Funeral Home & Crematory
203 N Washington St Send flowers
Junction City, KS 66441

Penwell-Gabel Funeral Home
805 Caroline Ave Send flowers
Junction City, KS 66441