The new Reflection Ridge Chiropractic opens Monday near the northeast corner of 21st and Tyler behind Old Chicago .
Chiropractors Chris Kabler and Jason Armstrong are merging their practices into Kabler's approximately 2,700 square feet there.
The two have been practicing here for more than 20 years.
Kabler says the merger will allow them to expand services and patient care.
Brooke Armstrong, Jason Armstrong's wife and the office manager for Armstrong Chiropractic , says there will always be a doctor on call.
"Which is going to be wonderful for patients because pain obviously doesn't take a vacation."
She says hours will expand as well.
Hours will be 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays. Previously, both chiropractors took certain days of the week off. Now, someone will be available to see patients throughout the week.
Kabler and a partner own the building where his Kabler Chiropractic is and where Reflection Ridge Chiropractic will be.
"I'm hoping that in a couple of years that we are both so busy that we don't have a choice but to add on."
Things are getting Pretty Reckless in Delano, and that's just what Bungalow 26 owner Kelsey Metzinger wants.
She has a home, bath and body boutique at 611 W. Douglas.
"Jewelry is the missing piece," Metzinger says.
So Melissa King is going to open a boutique called Pretty Reckless within Metzinger's store to sell jewelry, scarves and clutches.
"I kind of like the funky, trendier stuff... which is where the reckless part comes in," King says.
She'll also have more traditional pieces that fit all ages, which is where the pretty part comes in.
King has been a stay-at-home mom, and she also worked at the former Harold's in Bradley Fair for almost four years.
She and Metzinger have been talking about her opening a boutique for more than a year.
Eventually, King may add handbags as well, and this winter she might sell "some fun hats and gloves."
Metzinger says she'd be excited about Pretty Reckless coming to Delano even if it weren't in her space.
"Delano is just hopping," she says.
Lots of people are lamenting the economy, but in Delano, Metzinger says, "It's really starting to come together."
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"We have a tentative contract to play at the Dillons at Central and Rock. Look for us in the Produce section."
—WSU director of orchestras Mark Laycock , joking during a Thursday concert at Wichita Center for the Arts about playing at other venues while Duerksen Hall on campus undergoes maintenance