Elisha Yaghmai, co-founder and president of Vigilias Telehealth
Elisha Yaghmai, co-founder and president of Vigilias Telehealth Dan Voorhis The Wichita Eagle
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  • Watch Works opens in west Wichita

    Greg Breeden has realized a more than 40-year-old dream by opening Watch Works just south of Hobby Lobby at Central and Ridge Road. Carrie Rengers/ The Wichita Eagle