Phil Ruffin walks around Treasure Island, the Las Vegas casino he's owned for over a year. Ruffin, who started his career in Wichita and still has many business interests here, is worth more than $2 billion. (April 14, 2010)
Phil Ruffin walks around Treasure Island, the Las Vegas casino he's owned for over a year. Ruffin, who started his career in Wichita and still has many business interests here, is worth more than $2 billion. (April 14, 2010) The Wichita Eagle
Phil Ruffin walks around Treasure Island, the Las Vegas casino he's owned for over a year. Ruffin, who started his career in Wichita and still has many business interests here, is worth more than $2 billion. (April 14, 2010) The Wichita Eagle

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    Doris Jean Lamar-McLemore was the last remaining person who could fluently speak the native language of the Wichita Indians. She died on Tuesday in Anadarko, Oklahoma. Lamar-McLemore worked to preserve the language in the latter years of her life by writing it down and recording it. (File video by Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)