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Kathleen Duling's future was all right before her. She had recently declared her major at Pittsburg State University, made plans to walk on to the school's basketball team and was about to start a job at a camp. On Thursday, the 19-year-old died in a two-car accident in Greenwood County.
Drive around Wichita and you can't miss Gary Dunn's legacy.
Terrence McDonald never saw himself as a trailblazer.
Wichita City Hall. Kansas Cosmosphere in Hutchinson. 250 Douglas Place, formerly the Holiday Inn Plaza downtown.
As the retiring director of the Wichita Parks and Recreation Department, Frank Smith was asked in 1994 to speculate about its future.
Ashley Nettleton clutched her husband's dog tag in her right hand Sunday, her body shaking, her voice cracking. Army Sgt. Eric Nettleton, 26, died last week in Dehjawz-e Hasanzay, Afghanistan. He was killed while on foot patrol after an improvised explosive device detonated.
Back in the day, Gary Palsmeier and his musician friends would have square dances in the attic of their three-story house on North Broadway.
Sissy Koury vividly recalls the days she spent polishing bumpers and running the vacuum at Joe's Seat Cover & Car Wash.
Through the years, Wichitan George Poulos was convicted of vagrancy, disturbing the peace, gambling, aiding racketeering, assault, burglary, larceny and arson.
When he was a boy, Tom Moffitt liked to pretend he was a fighting soldier, a Marine, or stationed somewhere with the Navy.
Chris Carrier's impact is visible across Wichita in flood-reduction projects, elevated railroads, freeways, streets, bridges and filled potholes.
Sandra Lyon had a soft spot in her heart from her earliest days.
Friends and colleagues describe Lowell Holmes' career and personality as steady and likable, but truth was he could also take on the big guns when warranted.
Eugene Kapaun, the brother of Korean War hero Fr. Emil Kapaun, died Monday. He was 86.
Almost anyone who has a love for Kansas history knows the work of Craig Miner.
Nick Charvat had been directing vocal music at Lindsborg's middle and high schools only a few weeks, but he already had made quite an impression on students.
Julie Keeling taught dance and touched lives. That's how most people will remember the dance instructor who died unexpectedly Thursday at her home in Wichita. She was 52.
Veteran sportswriter and Kansas Golf Foundation Hall of Fame member Mal Elliott died early Friday in Wichita.
From across the nation, the e-mails and phone calls came Wednesday from people who knew Stan Nelson. By 2 p.m., Margaret Nelson said she had responded to many of the messages of sympathy for her husband, the man she described as the "tallest, funniest fellow I'd ever seen."
Richard "Harold" Chance, founder of Chance Manufacturing Co., was a devoted family man and innovator who became a pioneer in the amusement ride business.