• The train station in Newton was modeled after William Shakespeare's home in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. Wendy Nugent / The Edge

    KANSAS AMTRAK / Train provides alternative to those done with the hassle of air travel

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  • Volunteer Judith Haffner of Butler County gives a lesson to Chase County third-graders during a educational outing at Pioneer Bluffs. The historic property is open Friday-Monday and by appointment. Contributed photo

    OLD HOME ON THE RANGE / Pioneer Bluffs is a true gem of Kansas

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  • “It’s important to do a lot of work before you put your project online,” says Marci Penner, Kansas Sampler Foundation and WeKan! Network director, speaking about the Kansas crowd-funding site. “It would be advisable to have at least 100 email addresses of alumni compiled or to have a way to reach alumni through Facebook or other social media means. The site is meant to help get donations from beyond the community, so you’ll need a plan ready about how to inform your supporters across the nation.” Here's she sits on the grounds of the Kansas Sampler Foundation in rural Inman. Wendy Nugent / The Edge

    WeKan! Network / Website launches crowd funding to the public

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    A TROMBONE, COWS, PI DAY AND HAY / Klingenberg gets creative with videos

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