Summer 1995 KANSAS
The new Wichita Boathouse and Arkansas River Museum is the centerpiece of an urban makeover in Kansas' largest city.
A Flood Phenomenon
In the aftermath of the 1993 flood, the spillways at Tuttle Creek and Milford Reservoirs are overflowing with unusual rock formations and rare fossils.
Riley Countian Erin Borchardt grows and supplies cut flowers to area businesses and the Manhattan Farmers Market.
Into the Wind
Biking Across Kansas marked its 20th anniversary with the 1994 ride.
A Guide to Photographing Kansas
nationally recognized landscape photographer Steve Mulligan has found Kansas offers endless opportunities for great photographs. He shares how he captures the very best of Kansas on film.
On Stage in Topeka
The capital city's beautiful Gage Park is the setting for the Helen Hocker Center for Performing Arts.
The Serenata Farms Adventure
Located along the historic Oregon Trail in Big Springs, Serenata farms takes its visitors back 150 years.
Bluegrass on the Prairie
Kick up your heels at the annual Sawlog 'n' Strings Bluegrass Festival oon the Black Diamond Angus Ranch near Spearville.
Overnight guests at Hays motels are treated to special tours of the area during evening daylight hours.
A Place for Sippin' Sodas
Old-fashioned soda fountains are rare these days but they do exist here and there across Kansas. Stop in Belleville to enjoy your favorite sweet treat.
Volume 50, Issue2
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: Black-eyed Susans in Jefferson County by Daniel Dancer