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Spring 1989 KANSAS

11/15/2012
Spring 1989MISSION DAY
St. Paul's 750 residents, in old settler's costumes, welcome some 4,000 guests to a one-day celebration.

STAGECOACH STOP
The city of Olathe is restoring the Mahaffie Farmstead and Stagecoach Stop, now open to the public.

TULIP TIME
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.

PROFIT SHEARING
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.

EGG ART
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