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KPR airs commentaries, essays and sometimes book and movie reviews from a bevy of regular contributors. Some of our regular contributors include Rex Buchanan, director emeritus at the Kansas Geological Survey at the University of Kansas, energy consultant Scott Carlberg and Bobbie Athon, with the Kansas Historical Society. Other KPR commentators have included William Jennings Bryan Oleander (aka Tom Averill), former Emporia State University professor John "Richard" Schrock and Kansas writer Cheryl Unruh.
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    University of Nebraska Press
    On the night of May 25th, 1955, a massive EF-5 tornado tore through the small town of Udall, Kansas, while most of its residents were fast asleep. A new book tells the story of that deadly night. Commentator Rex Buchanan has this review of Without Warning, by Jim Minick.
  • It was 88 years ago today that a massive dust storm descended on western Kansas, blacking out the sun and covering everything in a thick layer of dust. The day came to be known as Black Sunday. Hear why so many Kansas believed it was literally... the end of the world.