Asked by The Eagle to explain why they live here, many Wichitans wrote passionately about their city. It turns out that people who live here love it and none more so than those who have lived somewhere else.
Students practice diagnosing actors pretending to be ill while professors critique their abilities.
Although the economy is struggling, many Wichitans are turning a disadvantage into an opportunity.
There’s a place in southern Harper County, close to the Oklahoma border, where you might be able to see the future.