Kansas had a relatively wet spring and a mild summer. But conditions out west are still dry. The western third of the state remains in a drought. Now, state water officials want to study the possibility of building an aqueduct -- possibly several hundred miles long -- from eastern to western Kansas. Some might think this is a wacky idea, but Commentator Rex Buchanan says simply studying the idea may not be.
Production assistance for this commentary was provided by KPR news intern Sixuan Wu, a KU senior from China, majoring in journalism.