Spring 1989 KANSAS
St. Paul's 750 residents, in old settler's costumes, welcome some 4,000 guests to a one-day celebration.
The city of Olathe is restoring the Mahaffie Farmstead and Stagecoach Stop, now open to the public.
An old Dutch mill, lots of tulips and plenty of fun-loving citizens create the atmosphere for Wamego's annual spring Tulip Festival.
ALL THIS. . . AND BREAKFAST TOO!
More and more travelers are opting for the old-fashioned hospitality of Kansas' bed and breakfast facilities.
HEAVEN ON EARTH
With lots of hard work . . . and more than 50,000 bulbs, Topekan Jerold Binkley has turned his backyard into a springtime paradise.
A CLASS ACT
Each year, the senior class of Chapman High says goodbye with a very special talent show.
TOP KANSAS TRIATHLETE
Coffeyville native Clark Campbell is recognized as a world class triathlete.
MAKING A POINT
If you're crazy about barbed wire, you won't want to miss the annual Barbed Wire Festival in LaCrosse in May.
8 DAYS ON THE SANTA FE TRAIL
Writer/photographer Jeff Stead discovered traveling on horseback is a great way to learn about the historic Santa Fe Trail.
For Richard Mackey of Burden, the first robin means the beginning of sheep shearing season.
CRAZY FOR A COZY
America's perfect lunch counter hamburger is served at Salina's Cozy Inn.
THE FILM CLIP
The lower level of the Haskell Township Library in Sublette is a treasure trove of movie memorabilia thanks to Mayor Robert Orth.
THE RIGHT TRACK
Newton has found a new life for its once bustling railroad station.
Hutchinsonians Janet and Athaporn Athavichhitchanyark create beautiful scratch-carved eggs.
Volume 44, issue 1
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: the backyard of Jerold Binkley's Topeka home by Rick Binkley