The situation surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak has created many new avenues for scammers to take advantage of the public’s apprehension and uncertainty.
Golden State Foods (GSF) dairy products subsidiary, KanPak U.S. will donate their shelf-stable, premium whole milk on Wednesday to Kansas Food Bank in Wichita.
With summer fast approaching, Westlake Ace Hardware stores throughout the nation are gearing up to host their annual fan drive benefitting The Salvation Army. The fan drive is set for June 4-21.
Winfield’s Sarah Werner, CEO of the Winfield Chamber of Commerce and co-owner of Werner Creek Farm, was recently named to the Inman-based Kansas Sampler Foundation board of directors.
Located in the Winfield Industrial Park since the early 1970s, Webster Combustion Technology LLC manufactures a wide range of industrial burners that are in everyday use all over the world. Most of the company’s products are used to fire boilers for generating steam or hot water for process …
Eric Kurtz, president and CEO of Union State Bank, headquartered in Arkansas City, has announced that Brad Bryant, previously vice president of ag/commercial lending, has been promoted to Arkansas City market president.
Angels Care Home Health and Angels in the Attic partnered together on May 13 to help package commodities. They packaged 67 boxes of food to be distributed this week to local residents in need.
The Rally Cowley Relief Fund has received a qualifying match of $6,535 from Legacy Foundation due to the collective actions of community members.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the global economy, placing millions of Americans on unemployment. In response, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) was signed into law on March 27 providing more than $2 trillion in economic relief.
Consistent with Governor Laura Kelly’s plan to gradually reopen businesses in Kansas during the COVID-19 pandemic, Citizens Bank of Kansas has implemented a plan to gradually reopen all banking operations by May 27.
William Newton Hospital is the recent recipient of three grants through the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas Pathways to a Healthy Kansas program.
After 28 years of dedicated service to the Kansas Department of Transportation, all while assigned to the Winfield office, Robin Gregory is retiring.
Union State Bank has renewed its $10,000 annual pledge to the William Newton Healthcare Foundation, bringing the bank’s contribution to $100,000 since 2011.
The Mendoza Family was set to begin life in their new home March 25, the 19th completed home by Habitat for Humanity of Arkansas City. The family was joined in their newly finished home, at 505 So. Sixth Street, by Habitat board members, Pastor Eugene McCarthy and his wife, and a few friends…
Webster Roth, of Winfield, has successfully completed the course in Auctioneering and Auction Sales Management at the Missouri Auction School. The diploma granted included the honorary title of Colonel. The honorary title of Colonel is a tradition dating from the Civil War. The concentrated …
WICHITA (AP) — Aircraft parts maker Spirit Aerosystems temporarily suspended production work for Boeing at its Wichita facility on Tuesday amid the coronavirus outbreak that has been sending shock waves through the economy and has more than half of Kansas residents under shelter-in-place orders.
WICHITA (AP) — Aircraft parts maker Spirit Aerosystems announced Tuesday that it was temporarily halting work for Boeing that is performed in Wichita and two Oklahoma facilities amid an outbreak of the coronavirus.