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Hatteberg's People - Debbie Wagner

Updated: 11/13/2011 - A life-altering medical problem caused Debbie Wagner to change her view of life and begin a whole new personal journey of painting the sunrise every single morning.

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Hatteberg's People - Erika Nelson

Updated: 10/17/2011 - Erika Nelson is a former University of Kansas art professor who is fascinated with communities who use art to become unique purveyors of culture.

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Hatteberg's People - Canton Library

Updated: 10/03/2011 - Andrew Carnegie built over 2500 Carnegie libraries, and the last one to be built in Kansas was in the small community of Canton. This weekend they celebrated their 90th Anniversary.

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Hatteberg's People - The Drovers

Updated: 09/19/2011 - As part of the Kansas Sesquicentennial, dedicated cowboys and cowgirls are in the middle of a historic 200-mile long cattle drive from Caldwell to Ellsworth over a trail that hasn't been used since 1875.

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Hatteberg's People - Jolene And Pat Girard

Updated: 08/21/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, for those who live in small towns, the question always is keeping it alive. Take St. Joseph, Kansas, population 14 or 15 in Cloud County. Jolene and Pat Girard decided to help keep their beloved community alive by re-opening the St. Joe Store, a store that had been part of the community since 1888.

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Hatteberg's People - Richard Casagrande

Updated: 08/14/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, history in Kansas small towns is everywhere. In Ellinwood, it's right under your feet. Richard Casagrande had been coming to Ellinwood for years. Now he owns, not only a building, but the history be

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Hatteberg's People - Bob Condray

Updated: 07/24/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, I've seen a lot of collections of stuff' in my years of doing this series, but never have I see a toy collection like Bob Condray's in Clyde, Kansas. I was stunned...and that doesn't often happen.

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Hatteberg's People - Duane West

Posted: 07/10/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, In Garden City, retired attorney Duane West has an appreciation of art in all its disciplines. Twenty years ago, he had an idea...to write amusical about one of Garden City's founders. His name was Charles Jesse 'Buffalo' Jones. Jones is credited with saving America'sBuffalo from extinction. Duane West, found that part of history to befascinating.

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Hatteberg's People - Sally and Gary Goldman

Updated: 07/03/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, some things just weren't meant to die. I'm talking about Buster's Place in Sun City, Kansas, that's west of Medicine Lodge in the Gypsum Hills.

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Hatteberg's People - Linda Mowery-Denning

Posted: 06/26/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, when you are a newspaper editor, the last thing you want to see is the front page story about your newspaper.

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Hatteberg's People - Jay Bremyer

Updated: 06/19/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, in the Wichita area we remember the Titan Two Missile Silos that circled our city. Gone now, but they were a key part of the nation's defense system in the cold war.

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Hatteberg's People - Tanya Tandoc

Updated: 06/05/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, she is part of Wichita's gastronomical history. Tanya Tandoc is one of those free spirits whose life and work has melded together a recipe for soup, art, dance, music and life.

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Hatteberg's People - Pastor H. O. Lindeblad

Posted: 05/29/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, there are about 1.8 million World War II veterans still alive, but their numbers are dwindling at an awful pace.

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Hatteberg's People - Bud & Loretta Jilka

Posted: 05/23/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, fifty years of marriage is always quite remarkable. And most married couples remember their first car...but how many have that same car 50 years later? Bud and Loretta Jilka of Salina do....and they still drive it.

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Hatteberg's People - Wynn Hukle

Updated: 05/17/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, it's funny sometimes how a little thing, like a school assignment can change your life. That happened to Wynn Hukle, a sophomore at Wichita's Independent School.

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Hatteberg's People - Heath Getty

Updated: 05/09/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, if you are a bow hunter or an outdoorsman of any kind you will want to meet Heath Getty of St. John, Kansas.

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Hatteberg's People - Joelle Wales

Posted: 04/24/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, Joelle Wales is a 'deer paparazza'. New term for you? It was to me too. Jolelle is a Sedgwick County woman who has found a calling as a deer biographer.

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Hatteberg's People - Fred Kemp

Posted: 04/10/2011 - If you loved trains as a child, how does that change when you become an adult. If you ask Fred Kemp of rural Butler County -- He would say...nothing changes. His life-long love affair with model trains has given him a lifetime collection that will impress any train buff.

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