Monthly Archives: April 2012

Ring! Ring! Who’s there?

Sami Windle Exhibits, Treasures around Goodland

On the corner of 10th and Main Street sits a building that once was the center of communication and is now a storage facility for the County.  During the 1930’s through the 1970’s, the Telephone Building was a vital part of Goodland life and now serves as a reminder of beautiful architecture

Green Thumb Reminder!

Sami Windle News

The High Plains Museum is interested in starting a community garden and would like to know if you want to take part. Find out more here and fill in our survey online. The response so far has been positive, so it looks like we will be proceeding with the garden in Spring 2013. We would still like

Come Celebrate Kansas in Liberal this May!

Sami Windle News

Kansas Celebration Approaches! The 23rd annual Kansas Sampler Festival will be held May 5-6 in Liberal's Light Park. If you want to get immersed in Kansas culture, you'll find it here. What do you know about Paxico, Lecompton, Oberlin, Onaga, Scandia, Humboldt, Arkansas City and Abilene? Learn more

Calling All Pirates and Treasure Seekers!

Sami Windle Exhibits, News, Treasures From The Collection

Discover the history of Sherman County through objects long hidden from public view. The High Plains Museum is opening a new exhibit Friday, April 20th, that features objects pulled from storage. See some great history and learn a little about major projects happening around the City of Goodland.

You can always go Downtown

Sami Windle Around Goodland, Treasures around Goodland

Take a look down Goodland’s Main Street.  What do you see?  Today’s main street looks very different from that of 1920.  No longer do we have a dirt road but paved brick, and while some of the businesses have gone, some of them are still there but with different names. (more…)