More about that sesquicentennial parade in Wichita →
The Radium float will be in this parade — right ahead of the Home on the Range cabin float and, of course, ahead of Lucas’ Garden of Eden. What could be more Kansas?
Frustration building in this year's whooping crane... →
Article in Sunday’s Wichita Eagle about the drought and how it could affect this year’s migration with the whooping cranes.
News Alert: Definite notable author in our midst
Who-hoo! Pawnee Rock native Cheryl Unruh was the recipient Saturday of the 2011 Kansas Notable Book Award in Topeka. Her book is titled: “Flyover People - Life on the Ground in a Rectangular State.”
Spaghetti night →
When family pets work together …
A NOTE FROM BILL (HANK) BAIER
Hello Dixie, Thanks for writing and I am happy you got the pictures. Yes, we live way up in the Mts. of southwest Colorado (the San Juan Range), at 7500’ above sea level. We are 7 miles to the nearest town, Bayfield, and live on a 760 acre subdivided homestead Ranch. We are on a nice meadow with ponderose pines all around, it it very peaceful and nice. Kathy and I live here, and our...
Spoof on the show "Glee" →
As a fan of Glee, I especially liked this spoof from Sesame Street bringing us the letter “G.”
Greensburg's Big Well gets new museum building →
Kansas' love affair with planes →
Helping to make animals safe →
No, say it ain't so: Yoder bakery closing →
You weasel, you! →
A series of photos from the Anchorage Dailly News of a pretty daring and cute short-tailed weasel.
Too cool video of couple checking out their new... →
Truth is stranger than fiction
By Bob Gleason Beccy Tanner is a feature writer for The Wichita Eagle and grew up on a farm near Radium, just as I did. She, and some others, are doing everything they can to keep the memories of this very small town alive. Hence, the idea was birthed that Radium should have a float in the 150th Anniversary of Kansas Parade o be on Saturday, Oct. 8, in Wichita. Beccy asked me if I would try to...
A little bit of history about our home →
Cattle drive across Kansas →
A tribute to the man in overalls →
This past weekend, Dixie and I headed over to Macksville where we touched base with Pawnee Rock-turned Emporia writer Cheryl Unruh. Cheryl was having a book signing in Macksville, where she had once gone to high school. As many of you know, the town was celebrating its 125th anniversary. Cheryl recently wrote this column about her dad. I thought Radium readers might like to read it, as well. PS...
The lucky tree →
It has long been a tradition to honk at this tree as you pass by — for luck!
Sesquicentennial parade scheduled Oct. 8 in... →
Look who is signed up to be in a parade!
Sibblings reunited →