Summer 2000 KANSAS
Colorful cultural festivals all across Kansas celebrate the values and traditions of Hispanic heritage.
By Katherine Dinsdale
There's Magic in the Air
Exploration Place-Wichita's long-awaited state-of-the-art creative learning center-opens to rave reviews.
Photos by Fred Solis
The Real Thing
Ready for a real-life adventure? Hop on a covered wagon and head out into the beautiful Flint Hills of Kansas.
By Sally M. Snell, photos by Michael C. Snell
Splendor in the Grasses
Hesston's Dyck Arboretum of the Plains treats visitors to a native prairie experience.
By Kenna Bruce Pierce, photos by Connie Van Zandt
The Combat Air Museum-Topeka's tribute to military aircraft-celebrates its first 25 years.
By Ron Welch, photos by Nathan Ham
Chicken Annie's and Chicken Mary's
Crawford County's famous fried chicken rivalry has had folks clucking for the past 50 years.
By Cecilia Harris
Atchison's Friendship Forest
The 24-year-old International Forest of Friendshio honors aviation pioneers from around the globe.
By Sally M. Snell, photos by Michael Snell
A Farm Blossoms
From cornfield mazes to rows of beautiful flowers, John and Karen Pendleton of rural Lawrence have found a way to keep themselves "down on the farm."
By Joan Banks
Scoring with Dreams and Desire
Tha annual Kansas wheat Bowl brings the excitement of college football to Ellinwood.
By Jeri Clouston, photos by David E. Clouston
The Gathering of the Orange
A Washington County museum displays the world's largest colelction of antique Allis-Chalmers tractors.
By Deb Hadachek
Twice Baked Potatoes from Tevis Restaurant in Topeka
Volume 55, Issue 2
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: Horses grazing near Liberal by Maurice D. Norton