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Hatteberg's People - Building Bridges, Changing Lives

Updated: 07/01/2012 - Larry and Barbara Richardson got the thrill of a lifetime after the national media discovered the replica of the Golden Gate Bridge they built at their home in rural Mulvane.

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Hatteberg's People - The Hays House

Posted: 06/10/2012 - A fire caused the building's owners to put it up for sale and because the restaurant was too important to the history of the town to have an uncertain future, citizens took action.

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Hatteberg's People - J.R. Willcut

Updated: 05/27/2012 - Korean War veteran J.R. Willcut is an 80-year-old former Marine who is bound by tradition and honor.

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Hatteberg's People - Jeanne Gordon

Updated: 06/02/2012 - In 2006, Jeanne Gordon and her daughter Gabriele were on a bicycle ride when they were hit by a pickup truck. Gabriele was killed and Jeanne was paralyzed. For the first time, Jeanne tells her story.

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Hatteberg's People - Fighting For Art: Rachel Buller

Updated: 04/01/2012 - One year ago, drastic funding cuts made Kansas the only state without an arts commission. The show Art Lives, organized by artist Rachel Buller, reflects on the current state of the arts in Kansas.

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Hatteberg's People - Painting From Grief: Amy Kear

Updated: 03/19/2012 - Five years ago, the birth of her first child sent Amy Kear into severe postpartum depression. It was then she discovered she had artistic talent and began to paint the pain.

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Hatteberg's People - Street Angel: Straw Hidaka

Updated: 03/12/2012 - On Hatteberg's People, Straw Hidaka is a one woman dynamo for the homeless and for those in need. Her life could have been one bitterness and hate. That didn't happen. She's just the opposite. Her adult life has been full of love and compassion. But as a child, her life was a nightmare.

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Hatteberg's People - Liberty Dancer Glora Emery

Updated: 01/29/2012 - Glora Emery is a young woman with a seemingly unlimited store of energy. She works at Liberty Tax where she dresses as the Statue of Liberty and dances up a storm for hours on end.

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Hatteberg's People - The Lighthouse Library

Updated: 01/22/2012 - Lynn Pettigrew Norris and her husband Randy are hoping to start a library in Dexter, Kansas which they hope will be a literal lighthouse on the prairie.

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Hatteberg's People - Making Dreams Come True: Prisca Barnes

Updated: 01/15/2012 - Surrounded by larger structures of concrete and steel, the Kansas African American Museum gives voice to Wichita's black history. It's sometimes overshadowed by more popular venues but Executive Director Prisca Barnes is trying to change that.

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