Former SNT Media CEO Kevin Owens is one of several former executives who, along with the company, have been sued by stockholders in the firm who allege the company and the executives misrepresented it.
Former SNT Media CEO Kevin Owens is one of several former executives who, along with the company, have been sued by stockholders in the firm who allege the company and the executives misrepresented it. File photo The Wichita Eagle
Former SNT Media CEO Kevin Owens is one of several former executives who, along with the company, have been sued by stockholders in the firm who allege the company and the executives misrepresented it. File photo The Wichita Eagle
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    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