Stone Bridges and Waterfalls

Clements Bridge
The historic Clements Stone Arch Bridge is the largest bridge of its type in the State of Kansas. The bridge was constructed, starting in 1886, entirely of native limestone and is a humped, or camel back, design making it nearly impossible to see a car coming from the other direction. The bridge is closed to travel now but is still one of the ‘must sees’ when you visit Chase County.
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Cottonwood River Bridge and Waterfall
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Chase County State Lake Waterfalls
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Miracle on 34th at 1900 Theater

Miracle on 34th at 1900 Theater

The 1900 Theater will be showing The Miracle on 34th Street on Saturday, December 22nd. Doors will open at 6 with the movie beginning at 6:30. This vintage, feel good movie will be shown on our 105 inch screen in our now heated auditorium. The screen, projector, sound system and the heaters were all purchased…

Donkey Basketball

Donkey Basketball

Second Edition Chase County Living Magazine Released

Second Edition Chase County Living Magazine Released

Announcing The Second Edition of The Chase County Living Magazine!! Free Copies are available at the Chamber Office or from the box in front of the Chase County Leader Office

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