Business

Tue
05
Dec
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Business briefs

Luke Mahin

Luke Mahin has been named partner at JenRus Freelance Marketing, located in Courtland. A May 2010 graduate of Fort Hays State University with a BA degree in Communication Studies/General Communication/ Advertising, Mahin has been with JenRus Freelance since 2009

Josey (Heller) Hammer

as project manager. She is a graduate of Kansas State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism & Mass Communications and Photojournalism.

 

Judge Kim W. Cudney

to a twoyear term as chief judge of the 12th Judicial District, effective January 1, 2018, to December 31, 2019. Cudney has served as district judge and chief judge in the 12th Judicial District since 2006. 

 

 

Tue
10
Oct
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Business leaders attend Boot Camp

Monica Douglas and Jeanette Sheets of Belleville and Megan Melby, Scandia, owners of Belleville Hometown Lumber, Dairy Queen, and Melby’s Home Center returned this month from a Colorado-based business improvement “Destination BootCamp”, where they learned f new methods to bring more customers and tourists to Republic County.

Attending as the coordinator was Luke Mahin Director of Republic County Economic Development.

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Tue
29
Aug
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Tour Nesika Energy

August 29th Republic County Economic Development members toured the Nesika Energy ethanol plant west of Scandia.

The facility currently employs 24 people and on March 31 was purchased by Butamax, a BP and DuPont venture. Butamax plans to expand in the near future to produce iso-butanol.

Pictured left to right 1st row: David-Paul Cavasos Republic County Hospital administrator; Jenny Russell - RCED, Tom Lesovsky, Cuba. Back row: Mike Couch Republic County Schools Superintendent, Randy Nelson - Hansen-Mueller, Luke Mahin RCED, Randy Wise-American State Bank and Trust, Frank Rytych - Former Republic County Commissioner, not pictured Mike Gritten Pike Valley Schools Elm/JH Principal

 

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Tue
11
Jul
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RCED gauges interest in tax credits

In the last three years, RCED has raised over $300,000 for the revolving loan fund through tax credits and grants from NetWork Kansas. To date, the revolving loan committee has successfully loaned two-thirds of those funds with $95,999.05 available. RCED has the opportunity to re-apply for tax credits in early August. “We continue to see demand for these funds from county businesses,” says Luke Mahin, Republic County Economic Development director.

RCED is trying to gauge the interest in more tax credits. People interested should email rced@nckcn.com or call 785-374-3047 with an amount by Friday, July 28.

 

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Wed
05
Jul
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New regional fixed route bus service in the works for North Central Kansas

A new regional fixed route bus service will be in operation in early September 2017 for north central Kansas. The Kansas Rides 81 Connection will serve Highway 81 locations from Belleville to Salina with a tentative start date of September 5, according to a press release from OCCK, Inc. OCCK is an agency that provides assistance for children and adults with short and long term disabilities. The 81 Connection bus service will have three bi-directional trips each day, Monday through Friday. The first route will start in Belleville at 7 a.m., then head south on Highway 81 to three stops in Concordia, a stop at the Highway 24/Highway 81 junction, two stops in Minneapolis and a stop at 7th and Walnut in Salina and then head back to north to the same stops. This route will do this loop twice and finish in Belleville around 6:15 p.m. each day.

 

Tue
27
Jun
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P.E.O. group has meeting

Chapter BM, P.E.O. met June 14 for a morning brunch at the home of Kim Bombardier with Kathleen Stump and Michelle Hubert serving as co-hostesses. Twentythree members were in attendance. President Paula Hobelmann conducted the business meeting.

The program was a Kansas State P.E.O. convention report, which was June 9 -11 in Wichita presented by Paula Hobelmann, who was Chapter BM’s state delegate. The theme of the convention was “Be the Author of Your Own Future.”

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Tue
13
Jun
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Forshee gets designation

Tammy R. Forshee, of Jamestown, a Modern Woodmen of America representative, has attained the Fraternal Insurance Counselor (FIC) designation.

The FIC title is an educational designation that can be earned by career life insurance representatives associated with fraternal insurance societies.

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Tue
30
May
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‘What do you do with 100 extra mules?’

Dane Hansen’s entrepreneurship still benefits Kansans

By Ron Wilson

What do you do with 100 extra mules?

That’s probably not a problem you've dealt with lately, but it’s an interesting sidelight on the early career of a Kansas entrepreneur years ago. He became a titan of Kansas business, a behind-the-scenes leader in the nation's government, and a tremendous benefactor of rural Kansas.

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Tue
02
May
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Polansky Seed, Inc

Polansky Seed, Inc., Belleville, made a $1,000 donation to the Republic County FFA for construction of a greenhouse at Republic County High School. From left are Adam Polansky, Mike Baxa, FFA members Christian Tipton, Elly Dahl and Madison Scott, and Adrian Polansky.

 

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Tue
18
Apr
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Chipping off the old block

 

Contractors continue to remove debris from the Republic Hotel block this week. All three buildings had basements, where much of the brick and building materials fell on the first day of demo. The south facade of the old bank building is all that remained standing early this week. Solid waste administrator Dusty Zenger said the cost of the landfill cells needed to contain the building is about $27,000, which will be charged to the City of Belleville.

 

 

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