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County receives $6.5 million for business corridor
6 Nov 2019
Ellis County’s proposed Northwest Business Corridor got a big boost with a $6.5 million BUILD discretionary grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation, according to a release from Sen. Jerry Moran’s office.
The proposed $11 million Northwest Business Corridor north and west of Hays would improve three heavily traveled county roads in a busy industrial area, as well as the Exit 157 intersection where on- and off-ramps to Interstate 70 converge with 230th Avenue.
Leadership Kansas concludes six months of sessions across the state, graduates its 41st member classNov 1 2019
The 41st class of Leadership Kansas graduated after two days in the capital city. Topeka was the final stop on a six-month journey for this year’s Leadership Kansas participants. The 40 members of the 2019 class spent time each month traveling across Kansas to learn about the state’s triumphs and...
Carol Long Pottery Represents the Incredible Artistic Talent Found Within Western KansasOct 16 2019
Carol Long Pottery in St. John, Kansas has been nominated for wKREDA’s Tourism/Art/Culture Business of the Year. With 35 years in business, Carol Long has been creating unique, one-of-a-kind works that are fit to grace the most remarkable of homes, corporate offices, hotels or even the family living room. Works...
White’s Foodliner in St. John, Kansas has been nominated for wKREDA’s Retail/Service Business of the Year by Stafford County Economic Development (SCED). When nominating the company, Ashlee Bevan of SCED said, “This new business in St. John has brought lots of grocery industry experience to the community. The White family...