Tumbleweed Resources forms to help communities

Newly-formed Tumbleweed Resources specializes in grant writing, planning and development for community building and growing businesses in Rural Kansas. Founded and organized by Kelli Hansen with contracted partners who bring diverse, complementary skill sets to the table to be able Read on! →

Several new businesses so far in 2023

Paige Wilkerson started a new business in 2023 called maidbyPaige Cleaning Services.  Paige will do all kinds of cleaning including: general and commercial cleaning, outside cleaning, laundry services, carpet cleaning, trash removal, windows, and even vehicle cleaning.  For a full Read on! →

New Daycare building in place in Plainville

The new Daycare building was set in place in Plainville the week of April 18, 2022 on USD #270 property near the Grade School.  The building, when completed, will house a child daycare facility that will be operated by USD Read on! →

New businesses, New construction, New plans

A lot of new activity is going on in Rooks County as Spring 2022 comes into focus.   Perfect4U Prints is a new, mostly online business in Plainville operated by Paula and Dave Koehler.  Many will know Paula and Dave as Read on! →

The Hub Coworking Space opens in Plainville

The Hub is a coworking space in Downtown Plainville, Kansas, made possible by local nonprofits Downtown Plainville, Inc. and the Plainville Community Foundation. It offers entrepreneurs and remote workers a vibrant, modern environment where they can work alone or together Read on! →

Two new Plainville businesses open

Several new businesses opened in Rooks County right before the end of the year. Opening in Plainville is Bluestem.  Bluestem is a boutique that hopes to be your number one source for all things fashion, as well as special gifts.  Read on! →

Papa’s Corner opens in Plainville

Papa’s Corner, located at the corner of U.S. 183 and K-18 in Plainville, officially opened their doors on Saturday, August 7, 2021.  The coffee and specialty drink shop is owned by Jerry and Nancy Hageman of Plainville.  The Hagemans successfully Read on! →