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Here are the top ten articles for the MidWest USA Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Amelia Earhart - Kansas Heroine
Amelia Earhart, the world's first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, was the heroine from Kansas. She was always elegant and feminine but what made her driven and independent? Amelia Earhart surely paved the way for all other female aviators.
2. The Most Haunted Town in Ohio
A small Southwestern Ohio town takes its "Most Haunted" title in stride.
3. Midwesterner Contributions to American Culture
There are some innovative thinkers that have come from the Midwest. These Midwestern thinkers have a strong can-do spirit and have contributed many aspects of our American culture and society. How much do you know about the things you use and do every day?
4. Kool-Aid - A Nebraska Invention
Kool-Aid is a great alternative to soda. Kids love it; most adults grew up with it. Itís cool, refreshing, and comes in a variety of flavors. The popular drink mix first got its start in Hastings, Nebraska, as a liquid concentrate called Fruit Smack.
5. West Baden Springs Hotel
The West Baden Springs Hotel has a rich past as one of the top vacation destinations in the world and has now been restored to its former grandeur.
6. Murder In Villisca, Iowa
Find out about the horrifying history of the Villisca, Iowa Axe Murder House. Many people claim that it's haunted and have witnessed paranormal activity. Read about it and decide for yourself.
7. Ski Michigan
There are many wonderful resort and slopes in Michigan for skiiers and snowboarders, both beginner and experienced.
8. Famous Folks From Kansas
Come see some of the big wigs who made it to the top from Kansas!
9. Fort Wayne Children's Zoo
The Fort Wayne Children's Zoo is one of the top zoos in the country, with hundreds of animals, rides, and activities for all ages.
10. April History in the Midwest
Discover more about the events and the people that mark the month of April in Midwestern history. How much do you know about April in Midwestern-- and American history?
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