PEARL HARBOR, DECEMBER 7TH, 1941 BY WILLARD L. BRASHIER NOTE: Mr. Brashier was serving aboard the Battleship Oklahoma, at Pearl Harbor, on December 7th 1941. There were 79 Marines on board the Oklahoma that day 14 were killed (13 enlisted … Read More
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Established in 1868
Elk City is the oldest town in Montgomery County and was established on the Deminished Reserve of the Osage Indians
located in Montgomery County on the rich bottomland of the Elk River which runs just south of town. Our valley is surrounded by the stone and oak covered hills that uniquely identify this part of Kansas.
Elk City Lake State Park
this beautiful park offers great fishing, hiking, camping, and deer hunting. In fact, a record catfish was caught in May of 1998, weighing in at a whopping 123 pounds!
Elk City is located in Montgomery County, Kansas on Highway 160
PART I A friend asked me to write the story of my parents, Clyde and Fern Lawrence, and our life in Elk City, Kansas where our family operated a local Creamery and the Lawrence Variety Store. My dad had a … Read More