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New attorneys take state and federal oaths in Sept. 30 ceremony

Successful applicants to the July 2016 Kansas bar examination were sworn in as Kansas attorneys in one ceremony on Friday, Sept. 30, at the Topeka Performing Arts Center.

October 01, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Business

Shootout considered success

The fourth-annual Hahn Brothers' Supercross Shootout went well considering all the circumstances, organizers said. They had a six-hour rain delay for Saturday and still got everything thru except for the UTV race.

October 01, 2016 | By Melissa Pitchford Special to the Tribune | Business

The backlash against the open office floor plan

The concept of open office space has had its share of critics for decades, and yet the floor plan remains popular.

September 28, 2016 | Sarah Anderson Deseret News | Business

Why multitasking is a myth that causes more harm than good

Multitasking is a myth that drains energy, decreases performance, prevents absorbing new information and may be related to brain damage, experts say.

September 28, 2016 | Sarah Anderson Deseret News | Business

New private debt collection program to begin next spring; IRS to contract with four agencies; taxpay

The Internal Revenue Service announced today that it plans to begin private collection of certain overdue federal tax debts next spring and has selected four contractors to implement the new program.

September 27, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Business

You just got a raise! Now what?

Congratulations all around! You’ve just earned a big promotion, which means a significant boost in your salary.

September 27, 2016 | Jeff Wuorio Deseret News | Business

Do women make better investors than men?

While there are more men than women in the investment industry, studies suggest that women are the better investors.

September 27, 2016 | Sarah Anderson Deseret News | Business

What managers say college grads lack in entering the job market

There’s a disconnect between how prepared recent college graduates feel they are for a job versus how prepared hiring managers think they are, data provider PayScale discovered. And it is especially evident in graduates' communication skills.

September 25, 2016 | Sarah Anderson Deseret News | Business

National, state flooding concerns prompt look at insurance issues

Ken Selzer, CPA, Kansas Commissioner of Insurance.

September 24, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Business

Students of Farmers Bank & Trust employees receive $4,500 in scholarships

Farmers Bank and Trust awarded employees and their families with scholarships for their college students for the 2016-2017 school year. Nine students received a $500 scholarship to assist with school expenses. A total of $4,500 was awarded for the upcoming school year.

September 24, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Business

Cherry Village teams up with KACE for specialized training

Since Cherry Village Benevolence administrators actively pursue continuing education, they didn't hesitate to enroll in a comprehensive statewide program, said Jeremy Lewis, chief financial officer at the long-term-care facility.

September 21, 2016 | Special to the Tribune | Business

How to handle criticism in the workplace

Criticism in the workplace is inevitable.

September 21, 2016 | Sarah Anderson Deseret News | Business

Wornkey earns state honor

September 20, 2016 | Dale Hogg | Business

KHA Leadership Institute graduates 32

The Kansas Hospital Association Leadership Institute graduated its 15th class of 32 students on Sept. 8, at the KHA Annual Convention and Trade Show in Overland Park. Students were nominated by their hospital's CEO to be part of this select group. They represent the future leaders of Kansas hospitals.

September 20, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Business

Celebrate Fall with family and friends at Granny Mae’s Pumpkin Patch

Granny Mae's Pumpkin Patch, located off I-70 at the Dorrance exit 199, will be open weekends throughout the month of October beginning Sept. 24. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and 1 to 5 p.m. on Sundays. Granny Mae's offers a fall festival atmosphere including over 100 different varieties of pick-your-own pumpkins and gourds and live music, bonfires, and covered trolley rides to Scarecrow Meadow. Additional activities include train rides down Pumpkin Lane, Kernal's Carnival Games, a five acre corn maze and a chance to find hidden treasures in Baley Park.

September 20, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Business

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Jessica Milsap joins MPIRE Realty Group

Licensed Realtor Jessica Milsap has joined Great Bend's real estate brokerage, MPIRE Realty Group.

March 17, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Business

Endoscopy suite update beginning at Ellinwood hospital

Ellinwood Hospital and Clinic is moving forward with the endoscopy and colonoscopy project, featuring Dr. Robin Durrett, board-certified general surgeon. Community members will see a ...

March 16, 2018 | Special to the Tribune | Business

Cherry Village resident sings in local church choir, volunteers

Bradley Bussen may have a little difficulty expressing what he wants to say in conversation but he has found another voice in the church choir.

March 13, 2018 | Special to the Tribune | Business

Knudson Agency earns top honor for twelfth consecutive year

MADISON, Wis. - Rhonda Knudson Insurance agency with American Family Insurance in Great Bend has been recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American ...

March 12, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Business

Dr. McReynolds presents information on end-of-life care

While James McReynolds, M.D., discussed many aspects of end-of-life care during his recent presentation at the Great Bend Senior Center, one theme was evident.

March 12, 2018 | Special to the Tribune | Business

Consumer Corner: Avoid these most-common scams of 2017

This week – the first full week of March – we observe National Consumer Protection Week. While our office focuses year-round on protecting consumers from scams and ...

March 06, 2018 | Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt | Business

Credit Union of America announces intent to merge

Credit Union of America (CUA) CEO, Frank Shoffner, has announced that CUA has signed an Intent-to-Merge agreement with Central Kansas Credit Union (CKCU). CUA will ...

March 06, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Business

PVCH offers information about lymphedema causes, treatment

Angela Meitner is never surprised when a new patient says, 'I had never heard of lymphedema before now.' She has come to expect it.

March 06, 2018 | Special to the Tribune | Business


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