Sedgwick County Republicans have a chance to do the decent thing and avoid the spectacle of a rump county commissioner.
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Trends in attendance at Intrust Bank Arena, the Sedgwick County Zoo, and Sedgwick County Park.
A truthful accounting of the finances of Intrust Bank Arena in downtown Wichita shows a large loss.
A report on the economic impact of the first ten years of operation of the Intrust Bank Arena in downtown Wichita incorrectly reported tax revenue.
News of a Sedgwick County Commissioner's trip to Africa has raised some controversy, and something like this has been tried before.
A truthful accounting of the finances of Intrust Bank Arena in downtown Wichita shows a large loss. Despite hosting the NCAA basketball tournament, the arena's "net income" fell.
Sedgwick County needs to make sure past issues are known and settled before proceeding with hiring a new county manager, writes former commissioner Richard Ranzau.
The praise for retired Sedgwick County Commissioner Dave Unruh can't be based on our region's accomplishments under his guidance. That is, if people are informed and truthful.
A former Sedgwick County Commissioner disputes the narrative told by a retiring commissioner.
When a county commissioner's questions produce a reversal of the county manager's spending plans, you know we have good representation.
Sedgwick County has spent $434,663 in costs relating to the separations of two members of top management.
Unlike the City of Wichita, Sedgwick County has kept track of its tax exemptions.
A document that hasn't been made public details savings achieved in Sedgwick County over a recent period of nearly three years.
General Michael Scholes epitomizes “duty, honor, country.” I repeatedly saw this demonstrated in the past, as well as more recently as he continues to demonstrate his personal integrity, writes Karl Peterjohn.
The Sedgwick County Commission scandals are an outrage for me. I must speak out against the appalling revelations that provide explicit evidence of illegal misconduct in our county government, writes Karl Peterjohn.
Wichita City Council Member Pete Meitzner is running for a position on the Sedgwick County Commission, touting his record of economic development. Here is the record.
In normal times, Republicans may be reluctant to vote for a Democrat for the Sedgwick County Commission. But these are not normal times, and a vote for Pete Meitzner sends a message that we just don't care about our economy.
From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Republican Candidates for Sedgwick County Commission. Appearing, in order of their initial appearance, were: Richard Ranzau running in District 4, Pete Meitzner in District 1, and Jim Howell in District 5.
Those who supported higher sales taxes in Wichita also support one Sedgwick County Commission District 4 Republican candidate exclusively.