Residents are invited to attend as Atchison will host a stop on Lieutenant Governor Lynn Rogers’ Rural Prosperity Listening Tour. From 5:30-7 p.m. on Thursday, June 20, Rogers will speak with area residents at the Atchison Event Center located at 710 S. 9th St. in Atchison. The Rural Prosperity Listening
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Seven candidates filed before the noon deadline on Monday to fill three Atchison City Commission seats that will be open at the end of 2019. Commissioners David Hausmann and Charlie Perdue each filed for re-election, with five joining them on the November 5 ballot. Former City Commissioner Bill Murphy was
This post was originally published on Grow Atchison Thanks to a partnership between the Atchison Amelia Earhart Foundation and Rainbow Communications the Amelia Earhart Airport will soon have access to high speed fiber internet service. Rainbow Communications plans to extend the recently completed fiber infrastructure at the Shannon Industrial Park to create
This post was originally published on Grow Atchison Backroad Atlas, Atchison Community Health Clinic and Harvest Video were each recognized this week as part of Kansas Department of Commerce Business Appreciation Month. Backroad Atlas was one of seven regional winners statewide in the Retail category, while Atchison Community Health Clinic and Harvest
This post was originally published on Grow Atchison The City of Atchison’s E-Community Program is pleased to announce a new loan to Backroad Atlas, a downtown retailer focusing on repurposed furniture and decor with pieces from custom designers, artists, and the handmade community. The $45,000 in loan proceeds assisted in the acquisition
Beginning the week of May 13th and ending about six weeks later, McGuire Iron, a Water Tower maintenance company working on behalf of the City, will be performing a painting project to the interior and exterior of the City of Atchison’s “4th & M” Water Tower near the campus of