Myra and Jim Kitson own Metropolitan Coffee in Hutchinson. In this episode, Myra talks about the challenges of running a small business – and some of the ways in which that has been complicated by a global pandemic. Myra was open and authentic in our dis
That Podcast in Hutch explores the people, places, and events that make Hutchinson a vibrant and engaging community. We’ll step beyond the headlines to hear real-life stories from our community and develop a deeper understanding of policy and people.
Ben Jones is a musician, actor, director and member of the Kansas Board of Education, among many other things! In this episode, I visit with Ben about his experience in theater, and in his recent directing role for the upcoming Family Community Theater p
Heidi Unruh is a church and nonprofit consultant, working with them on how to better their community engagement. She’s someone who cares deeply about our community, and lends her talent, skill, and energy to making Hutchinson a more compassionate and car
Steve Becker is a retired District Court Judge, who served on the bench for 26 years, and later spent six years serving in the Kansas House of Representatives. Steve, along with his daughter Beth White, is launching a new podcast called “Cleared.” It wil
Amy Bickel is an award-winning journalist who covered a variety of areas at The Hutchinson News – specializing in thorough coverage of Kansas agriculture. She also loves the Kansas State Fair, and along with her cohort Kathy Hanks provided readers with a
ThatPodcastinHutch explores the people, places, and events that make Hutchinson a vibrant and engaging community. We’ll step beyond the headlines, to hear the real-life stories from our community and develop a deeper understanding of policy and people. I
That Guy In Hutch, Jason Probst, introduces his new show, That Podcast In Hutch, that will bring you news, stories, and events, from Hutchinson, Kansas.
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