Corrections Officers

The Norton Correctional Facility located in Norton, Kansas has an opening at our Stockton Unit for a full-time Corrections Officer. This is an entry level security position with opportunity for advancement. The starting salary is $13.95 per hour with a Read on! →

Midland Marketing holds ribbon-cutting at Palco

Midland Marketing held a ribbon-cutting at their new 1 million bushel storage facility at Palco on Monday, June 10, 2019. Representatives of Midland Marketing, as well as board members, local officials, and contractors were present to formally dedicate the new expansion Read on! →

Gifts & More transitions to Mill Street Market

After being a mainstay on Mill Street in Plainville for almost 14 years, owner Carol VanDyke has announced the successful transition of her business, Gifts & More, to Deanna and Mark Hammerschmidt. Deanna and Mark assumed ownership of the business Read on! →

311 W. Mill St., Plainville

Arnhold’s Furniture has been a mainstay of downtown Plainville for over 50 years. The owner is looking to sell the existing business. The two buildings could either be purchased or leased. Call owner Wes Bjornstad at 785-737-6065 or Contact Roger Read on! →

Bret’s Bike opens in Plainville

Bret Greenwood has taken the first step in opening a bike shop in Plainville, simply called Bret’s Bike.  The shop is a bicycle repair, rental, and resale service located at 420 W. Mill Street.  Bret will be open limited hours Read on! →

BP Textiles merges with Clean Rite

Bryce and Lindsey Trumpp, owners of BP Textiles of Damar, have announced that BP Textiles and Clean-Rite LLC of Hays have officially agreed to merge companies. Cris and her team at Clean-Rite have established themselves as a leader in carpet Read on! →

Codell dedicates tornado sculpture

On May 20, 2018, the town of Codell celebrated the dedication of a new sculpture to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the 1918 tornado.  Well over 100 people attended the event, including KWCH Meteorologist Merrill Teller, who helped commemorate the Read on! →