The Star, using the 2000 census found that "across the state, Kansas continued its inexorable shift from rural to urban. In fact in 2000 the five largest and most urban counties combined for half of the state's 2.688 million population for the first time ever." Star reporters examine the population differences in this state over the last decade and interpret their effects in areas who have gained or lost citizens.
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