Business news

Bonner actors love to give a scare at haunted house
October 2, 2013
Not everyone would love to scare people for a living. But for the actors at the 3rd Street Asylum haunted house in Bonner Springs, it’s the best part of their job.
LCDC to begin search for new coordinator
September 24, 2013
The Leavenworth County Development Corporation soon will be searching for a new economic development coordinator.
Meatball madness: Business has unique focus
September 12, 2013
Less than a year ago, Phillip Boyer was working in his wireless phone store in Leavenworth, unhappy with where the industry was going.
Bonner-based business helps anyone become an artist
September 4, 2013
Suzanne Hern is turning everyday people into artists, if only for a little while.
Business bustling for downtown Bonner Springs
August 28, 2013
In the last few months, downtown Bonner Springs has been full of activity — and not just because of Tiblow Days.
Bonner resident opens auto repair shop
August 28, 2013
Coming from a small town of about 300 people, Adam Koch said he felt at home when he moved to Bonner Springs.
Senior living residence on schedule for September opening date
August 28, 2013
Work on Country Place, a new senior living residence being constructed in Basehor, is on schedule and should allow for a mid-September opening, director Ginny Cross said earlier this week.
Haunted house adds ‘Zombie Walk’ to Tiblow Days parade
August 21, 2013
The owners of Bonner’s own haunted house are looking to capitalize on the current pop culture fascination with the living dead with a new event during this year’s Tiblow Days parade: a Zombie Walk that will stumble along at the end of the parade.
CVS stores dropping ID requirement for nail polish remover
August 16, 2013
CVS Pharmacy stores in most states, including Kansas, are dropping a rule that required customers to show ID when buying nail polish remover and some other products.
Precipitation could be boon for local soybean crops in Leavenworth County
August 12, 2013
Recent rains could benefit local farmers when the fall harvest comes, especially with the soybean crop.
Mom, daughter open dance studio in Tonganoxie
August 6, 2013
Rynette Reiling and her daughter, Chanel Reiling, had a grand plan to open a dance studio after Chanel finished college.
Linwood camp hosts program for kids with sickle-cell disease
July 25, 2013
Several Kansas City youths battling sickle-cell disease got the opportunity to spend the last five days at summer camp, and they did so right in Basehor’s backyard.
KU offering new science master’s program in Overland Park
July 23, 2013
Program is to prepare students for scientific jobs in the business world
SEEING DOUBLE: Twin sisters co-found local decor business
July 17, 2013
For much of their lives, twin sisters Mary Leonard and Marie Heath have been mistaken for one another — a typical issue for identical siblings. However, this particular set of twins is using its likenesses in a unique way.