“I’ve never witnessed damage this bad.”
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Gary Oborny, the CEO and Chairman of Occidental Management, says phase one of the project has been completed.
One Wichita man is warning people to be on the lookout, after his cards and mail were found laying on the street.
The Kansas Department of Education released a series of videos, as part of a marketing campaign to recruit more teachers in Kansas.
The proposed changes to the boardwalk have created heated and at times emotional discussion.
Hundreds of people, including residents of Greensburg and people from as far away as Georgia, all came to be a part of the ceremony.
The community is also paying it forward, making sure other communities that have been struck by tragedy have a little hope.
Groups took different routes from Colby to Wichita on Wednesday surveying more than 200 wheat fields.
Legislators returned to Topeka Monday to begin wrapping up the legislative session.
Ag experts say even if some of the wheat crop is gone for good, there could be a chance to plant another crop in its place.
Now, the Sedgwick County Commission is entertaining the idea of demolishing the facility.
More Kansas farmers are pushing to be allowed to grow industrial hemp as a crop in the future.
The expansion will benefit visitors and residents.
The future of passenger rail in Kansas is in doubt.
It has been two weeks since Governor Sam Brownback’s veto of a Medicaid Expansion bill was upheld.