Corbin H. Crable firstname.lastname@example.org OVERLAND PARK — BNSF Railway Co. has announced the names of the contractors that will take the long-discussed concept of the intermodal facility and finally turn it into a reality. BNSF President Matt Rose on Monday announced that T.J. Lambrecht Construction and Walsh Construction have been awarded a joint contract to Continue Reading
In what is becoming a near daily occurrence, another city is finding that letting millions of dollars in bonds for economic development projects might not be in the best interests of its citizenry.
Danedri Thompson email@example.com School board members directed district staff to set aside $5,000 in next year’s budget to donate to Project Graduation next year. Last year, due to budget constraints the district was unable to donate funds to the annual event that gives Gardner Edgerton High School students a safe activity on graduation night. “In Continue Reading
We hate to say, “we told you so.” But at this point we’re going to have to make an exception and say it: We told you so. The intermodal project will benefit the state, the county, Johnson County Community College, and the local fire district. Peripherally, Edgerton will see a cost advantage as well. Gardner Continue Reading
BNSF Railway’s Grade Crossing Safety team and the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office will recognize two Spring Hill women for saving a man’s life last week when his car became stuck on railroad tracks at a closed crossing. The women pulled the man from the car as a train approached. The good Samaritans, Kachalle Young and Continue Reading
Danedri Thompson firstname.lastname@example.org The debate over BNSF’s logistics hub moved to Topeka this week as supporters and opponents of Senate bill 693 testified before the Kansas Senate Commerce Committee on Wednesday morning. As written, the bill would make the state a credit backer on loans for infrastructure improvements that Gardner city officials say are necessary Continue Reading