Despite how fascinating and dynamic our country’s interior is, the homes of millions of Americans are still routinely dismissed as “flyover states.” Proximity to the nation’s coasts is often accepted as a rough measure of how interesting a state will be, and this puts Kansas in what many think of as an unenviable geographic position – more than 1,000 miles from either end of the country. But this complacent attitude doesn’t arise from an intimate understanding of what Kansas has to offer – it’s just a stereotype that has been perpetuated for decades.

This Week's Circulars


Letters to the Editor

Fri, 05/26/2017 - 17:12

Letter: St. Francis has a mental health care opportunity

Patients and employees of St. Francis Health are breathing a collective sigh of relief at the news that the hospital will be... Read more

Letter: We need single-payer health care for justice for our citizens

I disagree with Robert Ringer’s recent article asserting that health care is not a right. Health care is so effective... Read more

It's Our Opinion

Fri, 05/26/2017 - 17:12

Editorial: 50 reasons to explore Kansas