"The Bick" and Kathy also talk about the latest ghost town find and a restored old movie house in Elkhard, Kansas
Kathy and Bick also talk about wheat prices being the lowest since the Civil War, and a rural renewal in the town of Minneola.
Bick and Kathy also talk about stories from our county fairs and saving water through new technology.
Bick and Kathy talk about a last generation of farmers, and the daughter of the Vietnam War Hero growing and selling vegetables on the high plains.
Kathy and Bick talk about once-in-a-lifetime wheat harvest in western Kansas, how neighbors come together to help each other and a bank robbery that became a legend in the town of Dighton, Kansas.
"It's the Kansas way," Bick says. And Kathy agrees and they bring uplifting stories about communities helping their neighbors.
Amy and Kathy talk about a service that shares farm implements, like Uber; Stafford is painting the town, but not red, and that time Bick thought she was having a baby in the middle of wheat harvest.
Amy and Kathy also talk about feeding families during harvest on the Big Blue Bus.
Kathy and Amy travel the path of the movie "Paper Moon" when it filmed in Kansas during the 1970s. Follow along, then take a road trip.
Bick has spent a lot of time in Barber County, Kansas, after the worst wildfire in history and talks about the loss, the response, and undying spirit and regrowth of the prairie.
Amy and Kathy also go on the road to Dubuque, Kansas, and discuss the great barn quilt revival.
Amy and Kathy take you inside our coverage of the biggest wildfire in Kansas and the effects on the prairie and its farmers. Also, faith and flowers.
Kathy and Bick also talk about a ghost town with a most unusual name and a train hijacking.
Bick and Kathy talk about the signs of spring on the high plains.
Amy finds her next steak in a Kansas field. Kathy explores three people who grew up on Rattlesnake Road and lived to be 100. And tracing the Kansas steps of George Washington Carver.
Amy and Kathy also talk about low gas prices from a farmer's perspective and ... it's calving season.
Amy and Kathy also talk about a 28-pound cabbage grown by a 10-year-old and the "cowboy in the sky."
Amy and Kathy also talk about the cookie dough and pie capitals of Kansas.
Amy and Kathy also talk about water rights in the Quivera Wildlife Refuge and the legend of Pelican Pete comes to life.
Bick and Kathy also talk about watching a town become a ghost and a cool story about a guy who makes headstones for graves without markers in a small town cemetery.
The mystery of the cattle. And reviving the ghost town of South Hoisington
Yes, a farmer celebrates Star Wars, and his cattle like it. Also, the most unusual love story you've ever heard. We promise.
Think you don't like fruitcake? Well you haven't eaten the ones this Amish woman makes in Yoder, Kansas. Kathy swears by them. Amy isn't so sure.
Kathy and Bick also talk about the legend of Billy Sunday and the weeds that won't die. That's a real horror story for farmers.