A Heritage of Flavor

Kansans have been sharing their recipes in community cookbooks for nearly as long as the state has existed. The tried-and-true recipes that make it into community cookbooks have delighted dinner…

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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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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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Ode to the Cowboy

With his leather boots firmly planted in front of the microphone, the rugged-looking man in a black ten-gallon hat clears his throat before weaving a rhyming tale about his horse and an angry mother…

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A Junction City Weekend

When it comes to outdoor adventures, people typically fall into two categories: those who do, and those who say “some day.” No matter which category you fall into, your next weekend getaway should be…

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