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(316) 943-4221

1500 N West St
Wichita, KS 67203   Directions


Win and In: Wind Surge one victory away from postseason berth
09/15/2021 10:01pm

The Wind Surge split a doubleheader with the Arkansas Travelers on Wednesday, and in doing so Wichita is now just one win away from clinching a playoff spot.

Crown Uptown Theatre reopens following fire & vandalism
09/15/2021 6:50pm

Crown Uptown Theatre managementsaid thebuildinghas officially reopened this month following a June fire that left the building without electricity and air-conditioning.

Higher gas bills from February's cold snap might be around the corner
09/15/2021 6:47pm

The arctic blast back in February cost Kansas about a billion dollars in additional natural gas costs. More than seven months later, no one has paid for it yet.

GOP leader questions plans to put Afghan evacuees in Kansas
09/15/2021 5:55pm

Kansas Senate President Ty Masterson said hes worried both that the evacuees could come to Kansas with COVID-19 infections and that vetting by President Bidens administration wont keep terrorists or terrorist sympathizers out.

8 Wichita students named semifinalists for National Merit Scholarship Program
09/15/2021 3:56pm

The semifinalists, who were announced on Wednesday,join roughly 16,000 students nationallyin competing for about 7,500 scholarships worth around $39 million.


(316) 267-8855

Wichita, KS



(316) 942-2424

316 N West St
Wichita, KS 67203   Directions



(316) 838-1212

2815 E 37th St N
Wichita, KS 67219   Directions


The Sedgwick County Post
The Sedgwick County Post

(316) 691-8553

400 N Woodlawn
Wichita, KS 67208   Directions


Times Sentinel Newspapers
Times Sentinel Newspapers

(316) 540-0500

125 N Main St
Cheney, KS 67025   Directions


Raymond Lubbers
09/14/2021 4:43pm

Raymond Leo Lubbers, 85, passed away on Monday, Sept. 13, 2021. He was born on Aug. 20, 1936, to the late Ed Lubbers and Aurelia Blasi. He also was preceded in death by his wife, Phyllis Geubelle Lubbers, and brothers, Kenneth and Reynold. He is survived by his daughters, Lynette and Daryl Markel, Lesa and

Donald Willey
09/14/2021 3:13pm

Donald B. Willey, 74, of Wichita, passed away Thursday, September 9, 2021. He was born Sept. 22, 1946. Service will be held at a later date. He was preceded in death by his parents, Donald L. and Marjorie Willey, and brother, Michael Willey. Survivors include his wife, Aloma daughters, Donjia A. Molstad Erick and Dina

Donna M. Cline
09/13/2021 5:50pm

Donna M. Neifert Cline, 81, of Goddard, tragically died from complications of a subdural hematoma on July 9, 2020, at Ascension Via Christi St. Francis Hospital. Donna was born in Beloit, Kan., to parents Audrin and Esther Neifert, on Aug. 28, 1936. She was retired from Wesley Medical Center where she was Director of Clinics

William A. Cline
09/13/2021 5:49pm

The Rainbow Bridge had the most beautiful reunion on May 20, 2020, because William A. Cline, of Wichita, died peacefully in his sleep at home, at the age of 82, following a brave battle with metastatic lung cancer. Bill, a retired truck driver, was a loyal and loving man to all who knew him, especially

Carl Duane Pipkin and Ina Faye Pipkin
09/13/2021 5:28pm

Carl was born in Kingman, Kan., to Albert and Clara Pipkin. After graduating from Cheney High School in 1949, he joined the Marines and fought bravely in the Korean War, achieving the rank of Sergeant before his discharge in 1955. Ina Faye was born in Sumner, Kansas, to Fay and Grace Rowan. After graduating from

Wichita Business Journal
Wichita Business Journal

(316) 267-6406

121 N Mead
Wichita, KS 67202   Directions


Global Aviation Technologies rolls out new upgrade program in Wichita
09/15/2021 1:43pm

The local company is now installing new Goji entertainment systems on a variety of business jets.

Boeing delivered 22 jets in August as Airbus closes order gap
09/15/2021 11:27am

The bulk of the deliveries were for 737 aircraft.

A new Dunkin' is headed to Maize Road in northwest Wichita
09/15/2021 9:38am

The Maize Road location may eventually have a double drive-through to serve more customers.

WaterWalk partners with global investment firm to continue franchise growth, create new hotel prototype
09/14/2021 3:00pm

With this new partnership, WaterWalk says the goal is to reach 100 properties within the next five years.

Bombardier rolls out upgraded Challenger business jet
09/14/2021 2:29pm

The Challenger 3500, an upgraded 350 model, is expected to enter service in the second half of next year.

Wichita Eagle
Wichita Eagle

(800) 200-8906

Wichita, KS


Wichita pleads for mass shooting gunman to ‘do the right thing’ and turn himself in
09/15/2021 3:27pm

More than a week after a gunman opened fire on a Wichita nightclub in a mass shooting that killed a well-known bartender and injured five women, police say they continue Click to Continue

This business isn’t quite downtown, and it’s not quite a grocery store, but it’s close
09/15/2021 2:49pm

Its not quite downtown, and its not quite a grocery store, but theres a new business coming close to the central part of the city that will deliver food and Click to Continue

Wichita-area aviation manufacturers get more than $100 million to save jobs
09/15/2021 4:09am

Aviation manufacturing companies in Kansas received more than $100 million combined in federal relief funds to save more than 4,200 jobs across the state, with some businesses saving just one Click to Continue

Wichita looks to install two dams, remove nearly 500 acres from flood plain
09/15/2021 4:09am

In a move intended to remove 212 homes and nearly 500 acres from a flood plain in west Wichita, the City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to seek federal funding to Click to Continue

The day Angelo’s customers have been anticipating for a year and a half has arrived
09/14/2021 5:34pm

The day fans of Angelos have been waiting for has finally arrived: The restaurant has reopened for dine-in. Gina Fasciano Hogan, who owns the restaurant with her father, Jack, said Click to Continue

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