Winter 1987 KANSAS
"A tribute to an ordinary person who did extraordinary things."
FIRST CLASS-LOUISVILLE, KANSAS
The tiny Louisville Post Office is one of the country's smallest.
THE LIVING STORY
For 18 years, Caldwell residents have organized a very special Christmas display.
"The Kansan" has found that Kansas art collectors prefer familiar scenes.
THE FAST LANE
Liberal women are ready to run in the 38th International Pancake Race in February.
Marjorie Ingle teaches English to the children of foreign officers studying at Fort Leavenworth.
THE TIETJENS TOUCH
Twin brothers Jerry and Terry Tietjens have restored two of Abilene's finest homes.
HERE FOR THE WINTER?
Depending on the food supply, robins have been known to make Kansas their winter home.
THE CROWNING OF ST. LUCIA
Lindsborg residents open the holiday season with this traditional Swedish event.
MAIL ORDER KANSAS
Mail order businesses are growing across Kansas.
REMEMBERING THE ROUSTABOUTS
The history of the oil industry in northwest Kansas can be explored at the Hill City Oil Museum.
Art's Tater Chips are better-tasting and, best of all, are made right here in Kansas.
ERN HETT-COPPER SCULPTOR
Hett, a Marion farmer, utilizes his welding skills to create unusual metal sculptures.
WISHING YOU A BRIGHT NOEL!
Take a look at this Emporia neighborhood's Christmas extravaganza.
Volume 42, Issue 4
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: A winter day in Lindsborg by Daniel Dancer