Poultry processing company considering Wichita area as one of three spots in Kansas for a $320 million, 1,600-job facility. But should we have the same concerns that scuttled the project in Tonganoxie?
Dead service members and their families deserve recognition and respect, both from presidents and the American people. Active duty military also deserve a clear mission and the commitment of a nation to their service, fight, and future.
The Eagle’s Oct. 4 story about a Central Standard Brewing mural that was painted over shortly after being completed caused artists, patrons and the public to quickly take sides. The fallout has created some negative feelings and misunderstandings about the Avenue Art Days project.
Assuming you could force a 6-foot-6, 290-pound, thoroughly muscled man with an aggressive attitude to do something – such as stand up for the national anthem – are you sure that you would want to inject that element of coercion into what should be a respectful, devoted and completely voluntary act?
The news is all doom and gloom most of the time. After all, fear and tragedy are just as marketable as human triumph. But while bad news sells, it is also the only product on the shelves right now. We’re fresh out of pleasant things to talk about at cocktail parties.
Wichita City Council District 1 candidates Brandon Johnson, Mike Kinard, John Stevens and Janet Wilson answer the question: There are no public pools open in northeast Wichita. Would you support opening a pool and how would you fund it? (Video by Fernando Salazar/The Wichita Eagle)
Wichita City Council candidates answer: What to do about Northeast Wichita pools?
Wichita City Council candidates answer: What is the biggest issue facing District 1?
Wichita City Council candidates answer: How would you make the City Council run more efficiently?
Candidates answer: Why are you running for Wichita City Council?