Fall 2000 KANSAS
Rare and endangered animals live safely at Salina's new Rolling Hills Refuge Wildlife Conservation Center.
By Jeri Clouston, photos by David Clouston
Tuning Into the Prairie
Well-known television journalist Bill Kurtis broadcasts the beauty of his home state.
By Marti Attoun
Where Freedom Rings
A wheat-straw replica of America's Liberty Bell is the star attraction at Goessel's Mennonite Heritage Museum.
By Ardie S. Goering, photos by Brian Stucky
A Haven for Hunters
Hunters are finding Ravenwood Lodge Sporting Clays and Hunting Resort, near Topeka, has it all.
By Mary Ann Clift, photos by David Dvorak, Jr.
Outperforming All the Rest
The University of Kansas in Lawrence is home to one of the finest organ performance facilities in the world.
By Catherine S. Evans
Floating on Air
Colorful hot air balloons keep Columbus flying high duting its annual Columbus Day Festival.
By Jeanette Steinert, photos by Roy Steinert
A Toast to Kansas Wine
Wineries across the state add flavor to the Kansas vacation.
By Judy Gigstad
Kansas' Southwest Sanctuary
Garden City's Lee Richardson Zoo is one of Kansas' top public attractions.
By Mitchell J. Near, photos by Michael C. Snell
The Steak Place
Juicy Certified Angus Beef steaks and fresh-brewed beer keep customers coming back for more at the Little Apple Brewing Company in Mahattan.
By Jeri Clouston, photos by David E. Clouston
Kansas From the Air
Award-winning photographer Steve Mulligan takes to the sky to capture breathtaking images of the Kansas prairie and plains.
Tip Tops from NuWay Cafe in Wichita
Volume 55, Issue 3
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: Fall in the Gypsum Hills by Michael C. Snell