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My Thunderbird Firearms Academy Experience

My Thunderbird Firearms Academy Experience

April 6, 2017 | Local

I recently attended a ladies only handgun fundamentals course at Thunderbird Firearms Academy. Upon arrival, the women were asked to introduce themselves and share what kind of firearms experience and training they had. In a group of 15-20 women, the variety of...

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Surviving Allergy Season in Wichita

Surviving Allergy Season in Wichita

April 5, 2017 | Local

Wichita’s got plenty of pollen to thank for securing its place as the sixth most challenging place in the United States to live with seasonal allergies. In the spring of 2016, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America compiled a list of U.S. cities wi...

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Wichita Scottish Rite Masonic Center History

Wichita Scottish Rite Masonic Center History

April 4, 2017 | Local

April is Scottish-American History Month and Wichita is lucky to have its own Scottish Rite Masonic Center. Built in 1887, the Scottish Rite Center is one of the oldest and most beautiful buildings in the city. Bodies of the Scottish Rite have been in present ...

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Wichita Tornado History

Wichita Tornado History

April 3, 2017 | Local

Due to the fact that Wichita is located very near the center of the U.S., we’re in a prime location for tornadoes to form. This is because tornadoes occurs when hot and cold air masses meet. As a result, many states in the south-central U.S., that are pro...

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Tour de Cure: Helping Wichitans Affected by Diabetes

Tour de Cure: Helping Wichitans Affected by Diabetes

April 1, 2017 | Events

The American Diabetes Association’s Tour de Cure returns to Wichita on April 29 this year, with a goal to bring an end to Diabetes, a disease that affects 29 million Americans. Funds raised through Tour de Cure are used to increase awareness and advocacy ...

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Wichita School Helps Dyslexic Students Succeed

Wichita School Helps Dyslexic Students Succeed

March 31, 2017 | Local

Dyslexia is a learning disability that affects twenty percent of people. Commonly misunderstood, dyslexia does not cause a person to see letters backward, but rather, it is the result of a person’s inability to distinguish letter sounds. For example, a p...

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Wichita Farmer's Markets

Wichita Farmer's Markets

March 31, 2017 | Local

Springtime marks the beginning of the farmer's market season in Wichita. With a variety of markets set up all over town, you 're never too far from fresh, locally produced goods. Check out these local farmer's markets this season! Kansas Grown Farmer's...

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Trolling Wichita: Finding the Hidden Sculpture

Trolling Wichita: Finding the Hidden Sculpture

March 30, 2017 | Local

In a fairytale, a troll is typically a mean and scary being that lives under a bridge. In Wichita, a troll is a hidden work of art, surrounded by mystery and excitement. He doesn’t have a name, and there’s no plaque, sign or indication that he&rsqu...

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Indoor Activities

Indoor Activities

March 29, 2017 | Attractions

Spring brings with it many wonderful things—warmer weather, longer days and beautiful new plant life. It also brings storms and rainy days, and while everyone can enjoy a sprinkle every now and then, there will be days when it's simply too wet to spend yo...

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Wichita's Outdoor Activities

Wichita's Outdoor Activities

March 29, 2017 | Local

Cold, then warm for a few days, then cold again. Make up your mind, Wichita! Now that it seems to be staying warm, it's time to get outside, get some fresh air, and have fun! Here are some of Wichita's outdoor activities that are perfect for spring weather!

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Free Music ICT

Free Music ICT

March 28, 2017 | Education

Most of us as children remember going to school and attending art, music, theater and dance classes several times per week, if not everyday, from elementary school until high school. These disciplines helped shape us into who we are today. Although the benefits...

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Shaken Not Stirred: The Martini Shot

Shaken Not Stirred: The Martini Shot

March 28, 2017 | Events

If creating thoughtful, innovative and unique films isn’t enough of a challenge, the Tallgrass Film Festival steps it up a notch with its upcoming fundraiser, Shaken Not Stirred: The Martini Shot. The event is presented by Tallgrass Film Association and f...

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