On Hatteberg's People, Kay Hettenbach is planning to retire. No particular reason, other than it just feels like its time. If you don't recognize the name, you'll certainly recognize her place of business.
Dawn Allenbach has spinal muscular Athrophy, a form of MD and has been in a wheelchair since she was four. You might think with all that’s going against her, that this might be some teary little story. If you think that, you don't know Dawn and you don't know her family. Their story tells us nothing is impossible in a loving family that they considered absolutely normal.
On Hatteberg's People, the last show of Music Theater of Wichita begins this Wednesday Night. It's called appropriately enough 'Curtains'. But what goes on backstage of this show is a story the theater audience doesn't see. Debbie Roberts is the costume designer and in this show, her daughter Broadway Actress Darcie Roberts is one of the stars.
On Hatteberg's People, M.T. Liggett of Mullinville, Kansas. With M.T. and his art, people either love him or hate him. There is no middle ground. He's the guy responsible for all the metal sculptures along 400 highway on the west side of Mullinville. Last week, he ran into a little trouble, but that hasn't stopped him, nor will it. His art is the most important thing in his life.