News releases from Wichita Business Journal
The customers paid for appliances listed for sale by ABC Liquidators on the Facebook Marketplace website.
Envision to share in $150M defense award
April 21, 2021
Kansas Humane Society to receive grant from two retailers
April 19, 2021
BOBS from Sketchers and Petco Love, the pet retailer's foundation, will present the grant to KHS on April 29.
Tim Norton retiring from Kansas Aviation Museum
April 16, 2021
NXTUS launches new entrepreneurial pilot contest
April 15, 2021
Textron wins $95M defense award for Wichita work
April 13, 2021
Six women who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine have developed blood clots in the veins to the brain during a two-week period after receiving the single-dose vaccine.
Regal announces reopening for its Wichita locations
April 12, 2021
Regal theaters have been closed through most of the Covid-19 pandemic that began more than a year ago. Regal reopened Aug. 21 last year, closed again on Oct. 5 and have been closed since.
Sedgwick County Manager Tom Stolz says he is concerned that vaccination numbers are low and that could lead to infection and hospitalization rates going higher.
WSU to dedicate new Moran Center
April 08, 2021
Shuttered venue grand application portal opens
April 08, 2021
Grants are available to live venues, live preforming arts organizations, museums and movie theaters. They're also available to individuals such as live venue performers, theatrical producers and talent...
BizTalk with Bill Roy Podcast Episode 201: Wichita school district Superintendent Alicia Thompson
April 02, 2021
USD 259 Superintendent Alicia Thompson is grateful to the Wichita community for rallying to help the district get through the pandemic.
Arrowhead West nonprofit president announces retirement
March 29, 2021
Arrowhead West, with additional offices in Wichita, Kinsley, Pratt and Medicine Lodge, provides community-based services to adults and children with developmental disabilities.
“This has been a long-term vision at Friends University," said Jim Long, the lead faculty for finance and economics at the school.
BizTalk with Bill Roy Podcast Episode 200: Wichita State University Head Basketball Coach Isaac Brown
March 26, 2021
Shocker Head Coach Isaac Brown and his team exceeded expectations during this challenging basketball season.
Border patrol order means more Wichita aircraft work
March 24, 2021
The locally built Beechcraft King Air turboprops will join a fleet of more than two dozen of the aircraft in the agency's fleet.
Sumner Community Hospital unexpectedly closed its doors last year, leaving a gap in care for residents in the county.
The company is seeking the help of aircraft owners and operators to help transport athletes and coaches to Orlando next year.
The county will now only suggest — not mandate — that masks and social distancing are important to reduce spread of the coronavirus.
Envision adds two to board of directors
March 23, 2021
“We are fortunate to have both of these amazing people join our board,” Envision board chair Sam Williams said in a statement.
Miller has been in her role since 2017. Her role is to lead her department to increase access to services through Medicaid, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, expanding child care and pre-K...
A pair of Wichita entrepreneurs are growing their companies and the local tech industry during the pandemic.
Sedgwick County opens vaccinations to more occupations, residents 16 and older with medical risks
March 18, 2021
Plummer to leave Wichita Chamber CEO role next month
March 18, 2021
Plummer will return to the president and CEO role with the Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce that he held from 1988 to 1997.
The work is related to Beechcraft King Air turboprops that are part of the Iraq Air Force Peace Dragon program.
Ceremonies will not be held by colleges, and graduates must RSVP for a ceremony in which they will participate.
The motion amends health officer Garold Minns' latest Covid-19 order, which begins Sunday and goes through April 30.