Sterling is a community that is small enough to know your name and to care about each other, but large enough to offer a wide variety of interests and talents for the betterment of the citizens. This town is progressive and looks to the future while preserving the best of a rich heritage. Come visit Sterling where the Quality of Life Shines!
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Once one of the largest towns in Rice County, Sterling is located in the southern portion of the county on the Arkansas River eight miles south of Lyons—the county seat. The settlement was first established in 1871 and called Peace. One of the earliest settlers was A.G. Landis who built a store in the settlement which consisted of only about seven families. When the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad built their tracks through the town site in 1872, the town began to grow. In 1876 the city was incorporated and its name was changed to Sterling, and by 1883, its population had grown to about 1,500.
Highway KS-14 runs through Sterling. Hutchinson is under 30 minutes away, and McPherson is under 45 minutes from town. Browse the newest real estate listings in Sterling, KS.
Sterling offers several local restaurants including Dos Amigos, Sterling Café and TNT Dairy Land. This community is also home to several churches including the United Presbyterian Church, Assembly of God Church and Calvary Baptist Church. The surrounding towns offer many other attractions.
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