A new kind of cowboy in Kansas

There’s a new kind of cowboy in Kansas. He still loves family, farming and faith and a hard day’s work outside. But now he’s making money through scientific advances and business acumen.

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Kansas’ invisible water crisis

Kansas farmers rely on an ancient underground aquifer to irrigate crops, but it’s drying up

They invest in technology to squeeze as much as they can out of every drop

Some think transferring water from the Missouri River is the answer, but $18 billion project has little support

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Make-a-Wish volunteers help assemble boy’s play set

Despite a heart defect, chronic lung failure, a 19 1/2-hour surgery, two oxygen deprivations to his brain and countless trips to the hospital, 3-year old Easton Weis was at his northwest Wichita home Saturday to see his Make-a-Wish play set assembled in his backyard.


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