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We see how radio enhances a small community in Beloit, KS; then we meet up with WSU Professor of History Jay Price as he walks us through the NoMar District in North Wichita, an hispanic business community that faces challenges, yet remains optimistic; and we meet Scott Stebner, a photographer who spends a lot of time documenting Kansas farmers and ranchers.
Kansas Humanities Council,
Porter Cattle Co.,
Eaglecrest Retirement Community,
Crooked Post Winery, in Ozawkie, Kansas,
Blanche Bryden Foundation,
Raymond C. and Marguerite Gibson Foundation,
Olathe Ford RV.com,
Daryl and Lucinda Craft Trust,
& The Friends of KTWU
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