The last Save A Lot discount grocery store in Wichita is set to close next month, news that comes as a disappointment for people in a northeast Wichita neighborhood who depend on the store as their most accessible option for getting groceries.
A local advanced manufacturing company on Wednesday, June 2, announced its plans for expansion in Wichita. Airxcel said it plans to expand capacity and grow its workforce to more than700 employees at its Wichita facility.
While some major retailers like Walmart and Costco are not requiring masks, there are still some businesses requiring masks, despite loosened guidelines from the CDC for those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Black Hills Energy on Friday, May 7, submitted a rate review application to the Kansas Corporation Commission requesting a rate increase and renewal of its Gas System Reliability Surcharge (GSRS) “to continue to fund accelerated, safety-focused pipeline replacement across the state.”
The U.S. Small Business Administration on Tuesday, April 27, announced that it will begin registrations at 8 a.m. Friday and open applications at 11 a.m. Monday, May 3 for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, an federal effort to help restaurants across the country hit by COVID-19.