Published 7/25/2014 in BusinessBY RENÉE JEAN
One of Margaret Morford's first bosses told her she was the nerviest 22-year-old he'd ever met.
She'd just asked him to help her understand why she was making $250 less than the manager before her, who had unexpectedly walked out on the job.
"Wow, you don't lack for nerve, do you!?" her boss exclaimed.
It may have been "nervy," but it worked. The ma ...
Published 7/25/2014 in Business
Registrations being accepted for summit
DODGE CITY — Planning for the 14th Annual Kansas Workforce Summit has begun, and Early Bird Registrations are now being taken. The Kansas Workforce Summit is a, annual forum for employers, educators, community members, chamber representatives, legislators ...
Published 7/18/2014 in Business
When people think about the importance of hospitals, they think first of their role in our personal health. But there is another role hospitals play in boosting community health, and that is in the economic arena.
In Finney County, health care is the fifth ...
Published 7/18/2014 in BusinessRENÉE JEAN
Twenty years ago, 50 to 80 cars lined up to be among the first customers to eat at Garden City's newest sensation.
That sensation was a Taco Bell, and it was, for a week, so popular it required a new semi truck every day to restock everything they'd run out ...
Published 7/18/2014 in BusinessRey Armendariz, Scott City, was selected to attend the National Cattlemen's Beef Association 35th Young Cattlemen's Conference.
The elite conference began in Denver with presentations on the Beef Checkoff program, as well as tours of Safeway to learn about beef marketing efforts. In Chicago, they wa ...