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The locals' name for Pfister Park where Hillcrest Golf Course, Veterans Memorial Stadium, the new Aquatic Center, playground and the Aviation Heritage Museum are located. Cherryvale Lake is also known as Big Hill Reservoir and is located on the Montgomery/Labette County line just east of Cherryvale.
State Line Road
County Road 1200 - south on Buckeye, the road on the Kansas/Oklahoma border.
Turkey Farm Road
County Road 2600 - named for a turkey farm, this road runs east and west and is located four miles north of Highway 166 accessible from Tenth Street Road or Cline Road.
Tenth Street Road
County Road 2900 - the north-south road west of Coffeyville that runs from the Oklahoma border, through Dearing to Independence
South of Dearing, it's the intersection of Highway 166 and Tenth Street Road
The railroad trestle east of the intersections of US Hwy 166 and US Hwy 169, or 11th Street and Patterson/South Walnut
Located at the west city limits of Coffeyville on Highway 166 over the railroad tracks
The bridge across the Verdigris River at the east edge of Coffeyville
Our neighbor to the south - South Coffeyville, Oklahoma
The shortened version of the Golden Tornado, the Field Kindley High School mascot
The shortened version of the Coffeyville Community College team name, the Red Ravens
County Road 1400 - south on Buckeye, take the curve back west and you're on the road named for the James School.
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