Summer 1994 KANSAS
Replying on native grasses, wildflowers and hardy ground covers, Jennifer Baur, Kate Shreves and Mary Ellen Kriegh plan gardens ideally suited for Kansas.
Ness County's Old Settlers Reunion
The former Ness County State Bank building provides a dramatic backdrop for a reunion of friends and family every five years.
Decatur County Memories
Countless museums proudly display "relics" from the past but few are as complete as the Decatur County Museum in Oberlin.
An Artist in Demand
Manhattan artist Jerry Thomas draws on his Kansas heritage to create his award-winning wildlife and historical paintings.
Life As A Horsefeather
Winfield's Horsefeathers and Applesauce Dinner Theater has been a favorite summer entertainment for 14 seasons.
Hitting the Trail in Kansas
Whatever your mode of travel...bicycle, canoe, horseback or foot...Kansas has a scenic trail to fit your needs.
The Hillsdale Bank Barbecue
You can bank on the barbecue served by Greg and Donna Beverlin in the former Hillsdale State Bank building.
Art as a Second Language
Great Bend artist Bev Simonson uses a variety of techniques to communicate with her art.
Modeling the Past
The Washington County Historic Fashion Group presents fashion shows to promote the annual Hollenberg Pony Express Festival.
Everyone looks forward to Topeka's annual Sunflower Exposition and Fair All-Breed Open Horse Show in August.
Small Town Celebrations
The spotlight is on Cow Town Days at Baxter Springs, the Lane Fair in Franklin County and Clyde's Watermelon Festival.
Volume 49, Issue 2
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the Cover: Quivera National Wildlife Refuge by Bob Gress