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1500 N West St
Wichita, KS 67203   Directions

(316) 943-4221


AMC Theatres has "substantial doubt" it can stay in business
06/03/2020 9:29am

AMC Theatres, the worlds biggest movie theater chain, said on Wednesday that it has substantial doubt it can remain in business after closing locations across the globe during the coronavirus pandemic.

Sedgwick County to begin random COVID-19 testing
06/03/2020 9:16am

Starting next week the Sedgwick County Health Department is partnering up with a call center to help determine the spread of the coronavirus in Sedgwick county.

Governor, Kansas lawmakers working on COVID-19 measure
06/03/2020 9:02am

The new bill is similar to the bill Kelly vetoed but differs in enough details for GOP leaders to hope she would sign it.

Survey: 2.76 million layoffs in May, fewer than expected
06/03/2020 8:48am

U.S. businesses shed 2.8 million jobs in May, significantly less than the 9.3 million job losses that were expected.

One dead in rollover accident in Pratt County
06/03/2020 8:42am

A man has died in a single vehicle accident after rolling in a ditch in Northeast Pratt County.


Wichita, KS

(316) 267-8855



316 N West St
Wichita, KS 67203   Directions

(316) 942-2424



2815 E 37th St N
Wichita, KS 67219   Directions

(316) 838-1212


The Sedgwick County Post
The Sedgwick County Post

400 N Woodlawn
Wichita, KS 67208   Directions

(316) 691-8553


Times Sentinel Newspapers
Times Sentinel Newspapers

125 N Main St
Cheney, KS 67025   Directions

(316) 540-0500


Obituary: Ralph Struthers
04/28/2020 1:02pm

Ralph E. Struthers, age 97, of Clearwater, passed away on Friday, April 24, 2020. He was born on Jan. 13, 1923, to Ralph RD and Rosa Struthers of Clearwater. Ralph was born and reared on his family farm north of Clearwater. He graduated from Clearwater High School in 1941. As third generation, he lived his

Argonia conducts superintendent interview
04/23/2020 2:15pm

Editors note: The print version of this story in the April 23 edition did not include the final candidate, Cheryl Cook. She had not been identified at the time this weeks paper went to press. ARGONIA The USD 359 Argonia Board of Education conducted interviews earlier this week in its search for a new

Download: Haysville Citizen of the Year nomination form
04/23/2020 11:17am

HAYSVILLE Each year at the Independence Day celebration in Haysville, one person is recognized as Citizen of the Year. Haysville Recreation is now accepting nominations for the 2020 award. Nominations will be accepted through 5 p.m. May 29. Past recipients include Nancy Harris, Marion Renner, Dr. John Burke, Everett Price, Janet Parton, Shirley McCutcheon

Obituary: Terry Voth
04/23/2020 10:21am

Terry Eugene Voth, 68, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family on April 21, 2020, in Cheney. He was born on July 22, 1951, in Kingman, to Dean Voth and Imogene Voth Beat. He married Paula Jean Hall on Oct. 6, 1973. They began their married life together in Longmont, Colo., and after two

Obituary: Bonnie J. Coulter
04/21/2020 11:20am

Bonnie Joan Schulte Adkisson, Castor, Coulter was born December 2, 1937 in Anthony, daughter of Lloyd Schulte and Lillian Elizabeth Cary Schulte. She grew up in Anthony, graduating from Anthony High School with the Class of 1955. On Aug. 9, 1953, Bonnie was united in marriage with Richard Dean Adkisson in Anthony. This union was

Wichita Business Journal
Wichita Business Journal

121 N Mead
Wichita, KS 67202   Directions

(316) 267-6406


Wichita QuikTrip location returns to normal after being looted
06/03/2020 7:30am

Protestors returned to 21st and Arkansas for a third straight night after many started protesting Tuesday at 21st and Maize Road.

Attention Kansas colleges: This school is coming to eat your lunch
06/02/2020 3:59pm

SNHUs president said new programs, combined with an unprecedented emphasis on remote learning in the age of Covid-19, should turbocharge its already torrid growth.

Analyst: Aerospace supply chain not out of the layoff woods
06/02/2020 3:25pm

If Boeing and Airbus continue to scale down commercial operations, suppliers that cant offset with work from other sectors will be forced to follow suit.

Bel Aire disaster response company secures tax relief for construction of new headquarters
06/02/2020 2:36pm

Wichita City Council voted unanimously to issue industrial revenue bonds for no more than $2.89 million to construct Advance Catastrophe Technologies new 20,000 square-foot facility.

Save Century II group 500 signatures away from reaching goal for petition drive
06/02/2020 2:05pm

Supporters behind an effort to save Century II from destruction are closing in on reaching the 12,500 signatures they need to put a measure on the ballot this November.

Wichita Eagle
Wichita Eagle

Wichita, KS

(800) 200-8906


Looters at Wichita QuikTrip dispersed by tear gas fired by police in riot gear
06/03/2020 1:36am

Two major protests with two vastly different endings shook Wichita on Tuesday night as police became more aggressive and demonstrations became more violent. By the end of the night, looters Click to Continue

Towne East Square, most of NewMarket Square close early due to potential threats
06/02/2020 6:31pm

UPDATED Tuesday afternoon was a time of confusion and bewilderment among shoppers across Wichita as stores shut early when word of potential protests and riots spread around the city. Click to Continue

Wichita police were targeted as they tear gassed protesters, chief says
06/02/2020 1:43pm

Wichita police officers were targeted by gunfire as they cleared violent protesters with tear gas and other weapons, the police chief said. What had been a peaceful protest Monday evening Click to Continue

Watch: ‘COVID-19 Bending the Curve’ Part 2 focuses on the path to a vaccine
06/02/2020 4:54pm

Bending the Curve - Live Event Skin Welcome to Part 2 of our three-part McClatchy Virtual Event series - COVID-19 Bending the Curve. The Path to a Vaccine will explore Click to Continue

Shoving opponents aside, Wichita mayor rams through panel on street protesters’ issues
06/02/2020 1:59pm

Despite misgivings from some of his colleagues on the City Council, Mayor Brandon Whipple forced through his plan for a special committee to address racial and police-brutality issues raised by Click to Continue

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