Published 7/11/2014 in SouthwestLife
By Amy Bickel
Special to The Telegram
As the story goes, Clyde Cessna would fly his plane from his nearby farm a few miles to the west of Adams, landing it near the town's church to attend Sunday services.
"He landed in our back pasture," says local Bonita Bradley of the stories her father would tell her of the famed aviator.
But today, the one-room church sits empty, except for this time of ...
Published 6/13/2014 in Features
By SCOTT AUST
Ramona and Brian McCallum have been busy transforming their home at 508 N. Sixth St. into an artists cooperative workshop and creative retreat center called PowerHouse, an initiative intended to provide southwest Kansas young artists and authors with opportunit ...
Published 5/23/2014 in Features
summer plans, say their
goodbyes on last day.
By ANGIE HAFLICH
As they sat in a circle in their classroom, one of third-grade teacher Shelby Cole's students, Lwe Htoo, got straight to the point about his last day of school at Buffalo Jones Element ...
Published 5/16/2014 in SouthwestLife
By KELTON BROOKS
Maintaining the Lee Richardson Zoo requires a non-stop, total team effort.
Whether it's the executive director managing the daily operations, the maintenance crew securing the grounds and keeping the area in tip-top shape, the education coordinator providi ...
Published 5/9/2014 in Features
Senior Center of Finney County creates atmosphere for friends and artists.
By SCOTT AUST
A weekly Thursday art class at the Senior Center of Finney County is about much more than art. It's more of a social club for about a half-dozen women.
Irene Unruh, who retired after a ...