Ty Buchanan, a senior insurance agent in Lyons, has been an American Family agent for 5 years and specializes in multiple lines of insurance such as farm/ranch, commercial, life, property, and auto insurances. Ty is a Lyons native and is very active in multiple communities.
Zane Frings, representing Collette Vacations and its president Dan Sullivan, recently traveled to Great Bend to personally present Please Go Away™ Vacations with an award naming it 2016 Top Group Producer!
Emprise Bank and the HaysMed Foundation announce the creation of the Emprise Bank Endowment with a gift of $25,000. The Endowment is a permanent endowed fund that will provide much needed funding for capital equipment.
Beef Marketing Group announces the hiring of Anne Burkholder as a member of the BMG Quality Assurance Team, effective Feb. 1. Anne will also work on BMG projects such as sustainability, transportation, and cattle handling.
KANSAS! magazine, the state's premier travel magazine, invites readers to nominate their favorite local eateries in Kansas for the magazine's third annual readers' choice issue. Only local restaurants, cafes, food trucks, bakeries, and other eateries will be will be considered. Nominations opened Wednesday, Feb. 1, and will be collected through March 14.
McPHERSON - The Farmers Alliance Companies in McPherson announced that Keller Real Estate & Insurance in Great Bend has been named a Farmers Alliance Advantage Agent for 2017. To qualify as an Advantage Agent, an agency must exhibit superior professionalism and profitability over five consecutive years.
It's hard to believe, but tax season is once again upon us. Many of you have probably already received forms in the mail or electronically and have started working on your tax returns. As the filing season gears up, we mark this week, Jan. 30 – Feb. 3, as Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week.
January 31, 2017|
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt
It's not a Verizon commercial: If you receive a phone call from someone asking "can you hear me," hang up. You're a potential victim in the latest scam circulating around the U.S. This new "can you hear me" con is actually a variation on earlier scams - primarily directed towards businesses. It is aimed at getting the victim to say the word "yes" in a phone conversation. That affirmative response is recorded by the fraudster and used to authorize unwanted charges.