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Marshall, John

More Than Heartfelt Cowboy

“This cowboy was certainly one of a kind.” While riding, studying, breeding, producing, and merchandizing horses brought lifetime enjoyment, Rick Johnson was much more. Now 35...

Women in Politics III

Before Joan Finney, there was Elwill Shanahan. Mrs. Finney is seen at the front of a parade that by the 1990s had gathered new...

Women in Politics (II)

In earlier times, elevated political status and powerful rank did not come easily for Kansas women. Achievement was slow when women were for serving...

Women in politics (I)

State Sen. Laura Kelly in 2018 became the third woman in less than 30 years to be elected governor of Kansas. Kelly, Joan Finney...

Costly failings

The University of Kansas presents a stark view to the cross-currents of athletics, money and schooling. On March 10, less than a day after...

Promise and the arts

LINDSBORG – As we climb out of winter's dormant glaze, a look about our town will present moments that elevate the spirit: The little...

A rural-urban wedding?

Of Kansas' four congressional districts, the First has long been the largest – now with 69 counties covering roughly the western two-thirds of the...

Measuring our poison

The mother of Alberta Clippers blew over middle America last month with sub-zero cold and double-digit wind chills, icing the Dakotas, then Kansas, and...

The ghosts of Harry Lime

A half-dozen or more Covid-19 vaccines are now at work in the global battle against the pandemic. From the United States there are Pfizer,...

What once was, no more

Ken Burns's "Jazz", a 10-part, 19-hour documentary, was broadcast again recently on PBS, wonderful today as it was 20 years ago when it first...
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