In his state of the city address, Edgerton Mayor Don Roberts highlighted a number of new businesses that have opened their doors in the community in the last few years. They include: • ACA Catering/A Cup Above 312 E. Nelson From their made from scratch breads and muffins to their sandwiches and food bars, ACA Continue Reading
Danedri Thompson firstname.lastname@example.org The number of building permits issued in the city of Gardner has steadily increased since 2011, and city planning technician Travis Hulse anticipates the growth to continue this year. In 2004, Gardner issued 443 single family home permits. “(Permit issuance) decreased until it hit rock, and then it continued to go up Continue Reading
Underground fuel storage tank was removed February 13, 2015 from the old Gardner Casey’s General Store no. 1 at 632 E Main Street. The fuel pumps and canopy were removed a few days earlier. The business closed after the recent opening of Gardner Casey’s General Store no. 3 at 390 N. Moonlight Road at Madison Continue Reading
Gardner was well-represented this past weekend at the 55th annual World of Wheels. Gardner resident Chris Parr’s 1956 F-100 Custom is pictured here. Built by local business Kultured Custom Restorations, also of Gardner, this yellow pickup hides a 390 horse-power, Sean Huland 302 engine.
The Great Mall of the Great Plains will close later this year. Developers of the property announced the closure in a Feb. 16 press release. The 786,000 square-foot mall opened in 1997. At one point, it was home to more than 100 retail shops. “The decision to close was difficult, but one that was guided Continue Reading
Olathe Medical Center announced the largest expansion in its history last week. According to medical center officials, the expansion will create 200 new jobs in the area. The 250-acre center announced four construction projects worth more than $100 million. The four projects include a new, four-story obstetrics wing with a neonatal intensive care unit, a Continue Reading