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You can read entries from Marty's complete historical archives here.
Marty Keenan is a fifth generation resident of Barton-Stafford County area, in west central Kansas. He's been married to Julie Keenan for 20 years and they have two sons, Tyler and Jefferson. Marty is a lawyer in Great Bend, Kansas, where he practices with his father and brother.
He has two degrees from the University of Kansas, a B.A., with honors in political science, Phi Beta Kappa, 1982 and Juris Doctor, 1985.
Gov. Sebelius appointed Marty to serve on the "Facilities Closure and Realignment Commission" which makes recommendations to the legislature. He served two terms as a Board Member of the Kansas Humanities Council. He was also was appointed by KDOT Secretary Deb Miller to the "Project Selection Process Working Group" T-LINK Task Force. Marty is active in his local and state politics.
He has many interests, including history, sports, comedy, reading, and writing. We're honored that this prolific writer and committed public servant writes at the Kansas Free Press. You can reach him at m.keenan at sbcglobal.net, or by leaving comments on his blog posts.
One of his favorite quotes comes from Maya Angelou: "When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time."
Marty welcomes you to read his archives here.
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