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June 2 is National Doughnut Day, but these Midwestern shops celebrate the drool-worthy treat all year long. The photos alone will have you dashing to the nearest doughnut store!
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Cowboys pushing cattle across the Kansas prairie longed for a view of Wichita on the horizon. Today, the city of almost 400,000 still makes a great stop. Check out our list of what to do, where to...
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Whether you define outdoor fun as pedaling alongside a canyon drop-off or hiking a nature trail past wildflowers ablaze with color, Kansas state parks hold the ticket to fresh air activities. Here...
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In east-central Kansas, travelers to the Flint Hills explore Kansas' treasured tallgrass frontier at museums and preserves, on hikes and byway excursions and in towns celebrating the prairie...
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A road trip around this pastoral region comes with striking views and a dash of history.
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Bring your binoculars and hiking shoes to spot bison, prairie chickens and migrating birds that make Kansas their home.
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Find refreshment at a pool and inside a vintage ice cream parlor, then discover a hidden treasure at the Dalton Gang Hideout.
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Farm-to-table. Fried chicken. Barbecue. Doughnuts. While those items have recently topped foodies' trend charts, Kansas has been nailing these hot culinary categories for decades.
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A trip through the north central region gives visitors a glimpse into presidential politics, prairie life and the Pony Express.
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Homes, museums, parks and other destinations throughout the Midwest honor U.S. presidents such as Heartland residents Abraham Lincoln, Herbert Hoover and Harry S. Truman. Check out some of the places...

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