February 19, 2019
  • 5:24 am Why People Choose to Rent Apartments In Wichita
  • 12:12 am Program Pays Training, Housing For Aviation Jobs
  • 6:04 am Southwest Kansas Is Seeing Fewer Refugees, And A Shift In The Agencies Supporting Them
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  • 6:05 am Wichita: 5 Nearby Open Houses Coming Up
  • 6:04 am How to stop rural Kansas from shrinking?
Apartments In Wichita

There are many reasons why some people choose to rent apartments in Wichita. Most of the apartments in Wichita usually have amenities for those renting them to enjoy. In addition to these amenities, renting apartments in Wichita donĂ¢??t require tenants to handle homeowner hassles such as lawn care and property maintenance. So, what are the major reasons why people choose to rent apartments in Wichita?

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A Kansas technical college is paying people to move to Wichita, Kansas, to train for jobs with local aviation and manufacturing operations. After training, it offers guaranteed job interviews with Textron Aviation and Spirit AeroSystems. Wichita State University Tech is offering to relocate those living at least 75 mi. outside the Wichita area for training […]

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Sahleh Mohamed at a refugee learning center in Garden City. Saleh Mohammed fled his native Myanmar in 2015. “Too much fighting over there,” he said. As a member of the Rohingya ethnic minority, he was in particular peril. His life was in danger. He settled in Garden City. Now 24, he may gain citizenship in […]

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WICHITA, KS — Using the internet to shop for a home can be a frustrating process. To get a real feel for a house, you really have to visit in person. That’s where open houses come in handy: A chance to try before you buy! Ready to see what’s out there? For your convenience, we’ve […]

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MGN Online WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) – Rural Kansas is shrinking and those who live in the larger cities are paying the price. That’s why a Western Kansas lawmakers says we need to spend time figuring out what needs to change to encourage growth out west. "The first step is identification of the various issues that […]

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Starlite Drive-In/Facebook WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) – A Wichita real estate company says the Starlite Drive-In on the city’s south side has a new owner, saving the beloved theater that was thought to have closed for good in October. Landmark Commercial Real Estate announced Friday that Tulsa drive-in theater owner Blake Smith has agreed to take […]

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The Rev. Sally Fahrenthold — one of Wichita’s first female pastors and a tireless social justice advocate who devoted her life to helping people with disabilities and others in need — died Wednesday afternoon at her home. She was 81. Rev. Fahrenthold, who was retired, had been battling terminal colon cancer for five years and […]

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Photo Credit: Henryk Sadura / Alamy Stock Photo Percent of workers who live <10 min. from work: 14.7%Mean one-way commute: 17.9 minutesCommuter profile: Car: 93.6%, Public transit: 0.9%, Walk: 1.5%, Bicycle: 0.2%Median home value: $135,100Median rent (2br): $803 Wichita is located on the banks of the Arkansas River and is fairly spread out, so most […]

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It’s been a decade since voters approved a bond issue that funded new schools, storm shelters, athletic facilities and nearly 2 million square feet of additional space in the Wichita district. Now district leaders want to know where to go from here. School board members last week approved a $300,000 contract with RSP Associates, an […]

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