Kansas Profile is a weekly radio feature hosted by Ron Wilson, director of the Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development. Each is approximately 4-minutes in length.
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|05-12-17||KEJR (“care”) FAMILY– KANSAS BEACH– Can a landlocked state have a beach? Listen to how one central Kansas family made it happen.||KAN 05-12|
|05-05-17||KRISTINA KAUFMAN– BLYTHE FAMILY FITNESS– You don’t have to go to a big city to find a health club or fitness center. Learn how a rural family is helping their community stay active and fit.||KAN 05-05|
|04-28-17||PAUL FRIEDRICHS– UNITED MOSQUITO AND FLY CONTROL - The owner of a business that provides fly control for equine and livestock operations, and mosquito control for residential applications credits much of his success to his upbringing on a dairy farm in rural Kansas.||KAN 04-28|
|04-21-17||ARDEN AND SALLY VERNON – EZE LATCH – A rural Kansas couple has invented a better way to hook up a gooseneck trailer to a truck.||KAN 04-21|
|04-14-17||JANET CARMAN– CHEYENNE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY– The story of a woman collecting the family histories of her rural Kansas county.||KAN 04-14|
|04-07-17||GARY & GLENNYS DOANE - DOWNS COMMUNITY GARDEN - A rural Kansas garden is bringing people together -- for food and community.||KAN 04-07|
|03-31-17||RUSSELL DISBERGER– ASPEN BUSINESS GROUP - A Kansas man operates his national consulting group from rural Kansas.||KAN 3-31|
|03-24-17||OMAR KNEDLIK - ICEE - A rural Kansas man invented a cold beverage maker used around the world.||KAN 3-24|
|03-17-17||GREG BUSER - HIAWATHA RADIO - A radio network is born in NE Kansas.||KAN 3-17|
|03-10-17||RYAN SEMMEL – GEOCACHING - PART TWO - A high-tech treasure hunt comes to Manhattan, Kansas.||KAN 3-10|
|03-03-17||RYAN SEMMEL – GEOCACHING - PART ONE - A high-tech treasure hunt.||KAN 3-3|