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United Way to aid Baxter Springs recovery

JOPLIN, Mo. — The twister that ravaged the eastern Kansas community of Baxter Springs  may have happened half a state away, but it could have happened anywhere, said Julie Bugner Smith, executive director of the United Way of Central Kansas.
“You never know when your community could need the help of others,” she said Friday.
So, United Way of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas has announced the creation of a tornado relief fund for the city of Baxter Springs following the EF-2 tornado on Sunday, April 27. According to city officials, the storm was more than two miles long and two ...

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