The USD 394 curriculum will be expanding in the 2021-2022 school year – with a number of new classes added with the intent to help Rose Hill High School students with career preparedness.
Several area students were among more than 1,000 to receive honors for the fall semester from Butler County Community College – making either the President’s (4.0 GPA) or Dean’s (3.5 to 3.99 GPA) honor roll. Area students earning honors included:President’s Honor RollHaysvilleGabrielle Bosle…
KANSAS CITY, KAN. – The University of Kansas Medical Center announced last week that it has begun testing two new monoclonal antibody treatments for outpatients with COVID-19. Known as BRII 196 and 198 and produced by Brii Biosciences, these investigational treatments are both monoclonal ant…
One year ago this week, hundreds of people gathered on the Newman University campus for the “big reveal” of a new plan to redevelop Wichita’s downtown riverfront.
Dr. Garold Minns, Sedgwick County Health Officer, in consultation with local medical providers and the Sedgwick County Health Department, is finalizing the Phase II vaccination plan. It is expected to follow the guidance from the CDC and local medical professionals, with vaccines available t…
A new year brings with it a new employment forecast from the Wichita State University Center for Economic Development and Business Research. While Kansas and the Wichita metropolitan area (including Sedgwick, Butler, Harvey, Kingman, and Sumner counties) saw sharp drops in employment numbers…
- Talliano’s closes after nearly three decades in business
- Slide construction moving forward at Derby water park
- Derby Police Department to test hybrid patrol vehicles
- Derby at crossroads regarding West End railroad quiet zone
- DPS reports new high of 24 student cases in weekly COVID update
- County moving to phase two of vaccination plan
- Off the beaten path: DHS grad on Pan-American journey
- Sidelined work on Wichita’s Riverfront could resume this year
- District shares more details on upcoming STEM summer camp
- Old computer system causes headaches for unemployed Kansans