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Leveled By A Tornado, A Small Kansas Town Dreamed Big And Got Even Smaller
18 Nov 2019
GREENSBURG, Kansas — The massive tornado that leveled this town in 2007 pretty much defines disaster.
Eleven people dead. The place in ruins.
Yet without the tragedy, Greensburg wouldn’t have had the chance to transform itself into “the greenest community in America.”
It now runs on renewable energy wired into buildings and homes designed with the latest in conservation technology.
Knight wins economic leadership awardNov 14 2019
Joann Knight pulled up the quality of life in Dodge City by its bootstraps over the last 28 years as executive director of the Dodge City/Ford County Development Corporation, and this month she was awarded for her accomplishments by the National Rural Economic Developers Association. Knight received the National...
Eakin Enterprises has been nominated by the Larned Area Chamber of Commerce and Pawnee County Economic Development Commission for wKREDA’s Retail/Service Business of the Year Award. Emma Milhon of the Larned Area Chamber of Commerce and Pawnee County Economic Development Commission, said, “Eakin Enterprise is a long-time business in...
What can we grow across Kansas? Wheat? Industrial hemp? Wind turbines? How about jobs and businesses? We’ll meet an organization which is devoted to the growth of entrepreneurship and small businesses across our state. It’s today’s Kansas Profile. We met Steve Radley. As a personal project, he produced a...