From Their Family to Yours

Advertisements A Season in the Life of Jirak Family Produce by Peggy Bair Any given day out in Cummings, KS, Mark and Theresa Jirak will be getting dirty. The Jirak Family Produce farm is never short on chores as it produces slicing tomatoes, grape tomatoes, green beans, eggplant, sweet corn, watermelon, cantaloupe, zucchini, yellow straight neck squash, pumpkins, cucumbers, peppers, winter squash and honey. When … Continue reading From Their Family to Yours

Watkins C Ranch

Advertisements Outdoor Escape for Your Inner Cowboy By Peggy Bair About 10 years ago, a couple of Kansas teenagers, Michael Green and Cody Heim, bumped fists in a promise to each other for the future: that they would own a ranch and spend their lives as cowboys helping other people experience the joys of country life. In the most unlikeliest of times, that dream came … Continue reading Watkins C Ranch

Sugar and Spice – and Everything Vice

Advertisements By Peggy Bair Kansas Baker Making Life a Little Sweeter and Lot More Fun By all outward appearances, Misty Dunning is just a regular citizen of Basehor, KS. She lives in a nice house at the end of a cul de sac with her husband and daughters. It’s all perfectly normal. She grew up in a small town in western Kansas with only one … Continue reading Sugar and Spice – and Everything Vice

Parkville March for Unity

Advertisements The Northland largely white community makes a stand for Minority rights by Peggy Bair Parkville – History of Racial Conflict Residents of the town of Parkville, MO will be the first to admit that it has a very checkered past, (if it is to be stated in the kindest terms), regarding race relations and racism. On April 14, 1855, an angry mob townspeople – … Continue reading Parkville March for Unity