Fall 1994 KANSAS
The Flint Hills provide mountain bikers plenty of ups and downs on the annual Kansas Dirt Tour.
Hunnicutt's Field of Dreams
Waymon and Dianne Hummicutt's Louisburg farm is "the place" to find the perfect jack-o-lantern
The Cottonwood Ranch
The Kansas State Historical Society is bringing a Sheridan County sheep farm, established in the 1880's, back to life.
Wild About Art
Wes Dewey took a leap of faith and became a full-time artist in 1985. Today, his thriving business is Rock Creek Wildlife Art.
Haskell's Lasting Gift
An earthwork on the grounds of Haskell Indian Nations University is a lasting reminder of basic Native American spiritual values.
The Kansas African American History Trail
African Americans are now being recognized through memorials, historic designations and commemorations for their important role in Kansas history.
Rustic furniture made from durable Osage Orange wood is the specialty of Bud Hanzlick of Belleville.
The Kingfisher's Inn
Located near scenic Marion County Lake, this restaurant has been luring hungry customers for more than four decades.
Goldsmith Teresa Foster of Dodge City creates custom-made jewelry with "sentiment and meaning."
Wichita's city parks are filled with Gino Salerno's unique, life-sized figures carved from stumps of trees destroyed by nature.
Volume 49, issue 3
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: Haskell Indian Nations University's "Medicine Wheel Earthwork" in Lawrence by Jon Blumb