Kathy and Bick discuss the wildfires that swept across Kansas the past week, and what it did to farmers.
Kathy and Bick also talk about saving a rural farm school and commuting to work by tractor.
Kathy brings us a story we're sure is like none you've ever heard before. We're not even going to give it away. Also, a cool 50s roadway diner and saving small-town grocery stores.
Kathy and Bick talk about how a farmer is saving a small town from dying, cotton crops in Kansas and how one town is helping women overcome addictions.
Amy and Kathy talk about how they find ideas that lead them to interesting stories.
Amy talks about some of the top wheat farmers in the nation here in Kansas and Kathy solves a World War II mystery.
Amy and Kathy tell two stories of two towns in rural Kansas: Centerview, which has seen better days and a revival in Marquette.
Amy takes her daughters hunting. Also, the farm economy in trouble and remembering "In Cold Blood" from the eyes of a child, 57 years later.
Kathy and Amy also talk about Lady Bugs from hell and news about the State Fair.
Amy and Kathy also talk about a cool rural diner and "Shakespeare on the Porch" on their now award-winning podcast.
Kathy and Amy talk about getting the farm and gardens ready for fall, the sale of the historic Yaggy plantation and good news for small towns from the EPA.
After a short hiatus to cover the Kansas State Fair, Kathy and Amy are back podcasting. They recap their fair exploits, the bumper crop corn harvest and the original farm-to-table dining experience.
Kathy and Bick talk about how the bountiful wheat harvest is wreaking havoc on storage, along with the state fair coming to town and the renovation of an old barn.
"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.