Following in the footsteps of four generations that preceded him, Gavin Carson, 15, started his own dairy business.
“He is fifth generation, his grandpa (John Carson) milks 1.8 miles down the road,” said Gavin’s mother, Crystal Carson, a Chapman native.
A new restaurant opened at the Herington Airport, which brings together flavors of Philadelphia and Mexico in a cafeteria-style setting.
Sean and Josephina Davis have finished cleaning and renovating a building at 2570 Q Ave. They passed inspection Aug. 2 and Pinky’s Cafeteria opened for business.
Wendi Pratt, right, hands cat food to Holly Walker to stock the shelves at Sharing Shelves Free Store, 307 Cedar, Abilene, on opening day June 21. The price of everything in the store is the same — free.
TOPEKA – Kansas has won Area Development magazine’s coveted 2022 Gold Shovel Award, marking the second year in a row the state has received this national recognition for excellence in economic development.