Author
Cecilia Harris

Follow the Signs

Traveler viewing the Cimarron National Grassland from Point of Rocks In 1863, a 62-year-old Italian immigrant named Giovanni de Agostini (or João Maria D’Agostini), also known as Father Francesco…

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A Great Bend Weekend

Outdoor enthusiasts and fans of interactive history should make this their travel destination Mother Nature beckons us to step outside during the summer months, and Great Bend offers numerous ways to…

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A Lavender Spring

Lavender’s sweet fragrance scents sachets, lotions, and cleaning products. Its oil soothes heartburn, heals insect bites, and reduces acne. And for centuries, lavender has been renowned as an herb…

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Play with your Food

When the youngster’s bowling ball spins down the lane and takes out every pin, her parents put down their burgers to cheer the strike from their table at The Pennant in Topeka. With four bowling…

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Along for the Ride

Kansas Pony Express sites celebrate the 160th anniversary of the legendary, short-lived mail system Wanted: Young, skinny, wiry fellows, not over eighteen. Must be expert riders, willing to risk…

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Dining at the Top

With rooftop dining, two Kansas venues offer new ways to enjoy a meal along with a view of the state’s rolling prairies. Here’s an overview of the locations where the atmosphere and the taste are…

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Horses and Heroes

Because those in the armed forces risk their lives to protect our nation, several volunteer nonprofit organizations, such as Horses and Heroes, Inc. in Johnson County, are on a mission to assist…

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Homes for the Holidays

’Tis the season of decked halls and open doors at holiday homes tours, which are as much of a tradition in several Kansas communities as Santa’s visit. Whether homes are embellished by the owners or…

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