Welcome to another edition of Marsh Musings. We are nearing that time of year when we find ourselves thinking about all that we are thankful for. Dr. Witt and I are so grateful for the opportunity to write about our friendship and adventures at Cheyenne Bottoms and for those of you who read our column. Cheyenne Bottoms definitely holds a special place in our hearts and has fostered a friendship neither of us could have imagined. We started writing this article in hopes that you would venture out and experience the Bottoms for yourselves, hoping you too would discover the ...
HOISINGTON - NetWork Kansas announced today that Hoisington was selected as a 2011 Entrepreneurship (E-) Community and has been awarded $75,000 in tax credits, enabling the Hoisington area E-Community to raise $100,000 to be loaned to local businesses. Hoisington joins a group of twenty-nine other E-Communities.
HOISINGTON - Hoisington High School and Hoisington Middle School KAY members attended the Regional KAY Conference on Nov. 7 at Goddard. At the conference, HHS student Olivia Lowry was elected to serve as Area 6 KAY president. Candidates for this position gave a speech and answered an impromptu question. She will preside over future conferences and lead sessions at the KAY Leadership Camp this summer. Area 6 includes 40 KAY clubs from the south-central portion of Kansas.
HOISINGTON - Hoisington residents will see a slight increase in sewer rates with January bills. The Hoisington City Council adopted the increase at its regular meeting on Monday after budget reviews last summer.
November 17, 2011|
|Barton Co. News
HOISINGTON - Over 200 hundred students, advisors, and guests attended the District B FCCLA Fall Leadership Conference in Stockton on Oct. 19. Hoisington's own Kayla Reisner opened the meeting as the District B president. Shannon Manka is currently serving as the District B Vice President of STAR Events.
HOISINGTON - The Department of Commerce through its Incentive Without Walls (IWW) Program has approved a request by Hoisington Main Street, Inc. (HMSI) for funding of $20,000 to lend to Kindscher' Mule Barn. This is a competitive application process only available to communities in the State of Kansas who are part of the Kansas Main Street program.