Summer 2001 KANSAS
A promoter and ambassador for Kansas, Andrea Glenn blessed us for 22 years with her view of our state. A view, and a woman, we will always remember.
A Wish List Comes True
The Historic Adobe Museum in Ulysses is proof that wishes, with a lot of hard work and dedication, can come true.
By Sherry Polcyn, photos by Ginger Anthony
Building a Winner from the Ground Up
NASCAR drivers and fans are revving their engines for Kansas Speedway's inaugural race season.
By Sammie Lukaskiewicz
What's in a Name? Plenty with Tootlefest
A festival by any other name just wouldn't be as fun! Miltonvale celebrates its small-town life in a big way.
By Mary Ann Clifft
Old Shawnee Town
The genealogy of this town is remembered by the re-creation of its past.
By Sally M. Snell, photos by Michael C. Snell
In Kansas, Everything Stops for Tee
When and where is tee time? If you're an avid golfer, you won't be lacking in links.
Secret Road to the Promised Land
The Underground Railroad made tracks through Kansas carrying many African-American slaves to the promised land of freedom.
By Warner Blackburn
Home is Where the Buffalo Roam
As the Bison make a comeback in Kansas, so does the great animal's beautiful habitat.
By Rex Buchanan
Quiche Lorraine from the Bleu Jacket in Lawrence.
Volume 56, Issue 2
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: Mill Creek by Steve Mulligan