John Tomblin, a vice president at Wichita State University, said the federal government’s designation of south Kansas as a “manufacturing community” could bring significant economic money to the region.
John Tomblin, a vice president at Wichita State University, said the federal government’s designation of south Kansas as a “manufacturing community” could bring significant economic money to the region. The Wichita Eagle
John Tomblin, a vice president at Wichita State University, said the federal government’s designation of south Kansas as a “manufacturing community” could bring significant economic money to the region. The Wichita Eagle

Federal designation could mean economic, manufacturing development money to Wichita, south Kansas

May 28, 2014 2:01 PM

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