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Downtown Living In Wichita

Downtown Living In Wichita

February 17, 2017 | Local

If you live in a residential area or a suburb, downtown living might be a hard concept to grasp. Filled with the hustle and bustle that comes with being the entertainment hub of a city like Wichita, there are a number of concerns associated with downtown living...

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Remembering the Kansas Coliseum

Remembering the Kansas Coliseum

February 16, 2017 | Local

What do Elton John, Metallica, The Wiggles and Billy Ray Cyrus have in common? They have all played the former Kansas Coliseum.  For more than 30 years, the Kansas Coliseum was the Wichita area’s premiere location for concerts, sporting events and sh...

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Local Artist Johnny Freedom Spreads Wichita Pride

Local Artist Johnny Freedom Spreads Wichita Pride

February 15, 2017 | Local

Johnny Freedom is well-known in Wichita for the incorporation of the Wichita Flag into art work. A native Wichitan, Freedom attended Peterson Elementary, Wilbur Jr. High and Northwest High School. He’s always been Wichita’s biggest fan, but it wasn...

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Wichita's Snow Removal Process

Wichita's Snow Removal Process

February 14, 2017 | Local

No one likes to get up and drive to work in the snow. Fortunately for Wichitans, the City of Wichita team gets that, and they’re totally on top of taking care of the snow, even before it starts! Check out the city’s snow removal procedures here...

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Wichita For Entrepreneurs

Wichita For Entrepreneurs

February 8, 2017 | Local

Looking for a place to start a business? Wichita might just be the place to do it. Many nationally-known companies have started in Wichita and the development of new business in our city continues to grow. Wichita has an undeniable entrepreneurial spi...

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Wichitan Shares Her Love of ICT Through Facebook

Wichitan Shares Her Love of ICT Through Facebook

February 7, 2017 | Local

There are few things more truly Wichitan than Debbie Rader Clanton (don’t worry, she bears no relation to the infamous BTK killer who shares her last name). A Wichita Wesley baby, Clanton was born and raised in the Air Capital, attending Funston Elementa...

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Wichita's Senior Wednesdays

Wichita's Senior Wednesdays

February 3, 2017 | Local

Seniors are an integral part of Wichita's community. To show their appreciation, 12 area organizations have partnered to host a weekly "Senior Wednesdays" event. Sponsored in part by Larksfield Place, the program is designed specifically for active seniors and ...

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Celebrating Groundhog Day in Wichita

Celebrating Groundhog Day in Wichita

February 2, 2017 | Local

Most of us recognize Groundhog Day as one of two things: a day on which a groundhog (Punxsutawney Phil, to be precise) pops out of a hole to determine the weather for the next six weeks or the 1993 Bill Murray movie in which he repeatedly lives through the same...

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Black History Month In Wichita

Black History Month In Wichita

February 1, 2017 | Local

February is Black History Month, or National African-American History Month, and it is a celebration of the achievements of black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. The event grew out of “Negro...

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Wichita's Pet Rescue Facilities

Wichita's Pet Rescue Facilities

January 31, 2017 | Local

If you're looking to add a furry friend to your family, it's always a great idea to check out local rescue facilities. Pet adoption allows you to get a new pet to love and gives a shelter animal a brand new family to love, too. If you've got a forever home to o...

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Kansan Charles Curtis: First Native American Vice President

Kansan Charles Curtis: First Native American Vice President

January 23, 2017 | Local

When Charles Curtis of Topeka, Kansas served as a United States Representative in 1892, he became the first person with significant Native American and acknowledged non-European ancestry to do so. This would be the beginning of a rather long list of “firs...

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