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Founded: 1886, Population: 2,975 (2000), Elevation: 1,845 feet.

Located in Barton County. Near the center of Kansas and the continental United States, Hoisington has access to interstate highways in both directions and is in the center of regional medical complexes within an hour in both directions.

Combining a rich history as a railroad town, oil town, and farming community with today's mix of agricultural production, manufacturing with a low-cost labor pool creates a stable economic environment. Additionally, Hoisington is surrounded by two and four year colleges all within an hour's drive.

The new Community Activity Center will be shared by the School District and the Recreation Commission. The biggest part is the gym, in the center of the building, with its walking track on the upper level.

Hoisington is the center of a vast hunting and fishing paradise and is home, (at Cheyenne Bottoms and Quivira National Wildlife Refuge), to the bi-annual migration of the endangered Whooping Cranes.

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07/02 Coming to The area
Wild West Festival Hays City KS July3-6 A typical Kansas fair -- parade, big name music stars, games, demonstrations, competitions and shows, including fireworks.
Dodge City Days Dodge City KS July26-August4 The 10-day celebration hosts more than 50 events including Q-97 FM DODGE CITY DAYS COUNTRY Concert, the top-rated Dodge City Days Rodeo, a 2-day Indoor Craft show with over 200 crafters from a 10-state area, KidFest, and Professional Barbecue Contest.
Kansas State Fair Hutchinson KS September6-15 Each year, over 400,000 visitors flock to the Kansas State Fair to visit a wide array of exhibits, partake in fabulous Fair food, and see the amazing butter sculpture.