Crystal Dozier, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology at Wichita State University, explains 35,000 years of economic history in 35 Minutes.
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From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: David Kensinger, President of Kensinger and Associates. His topic was “The Early Returns of the 2020 Presidential Election."
The City of Wichita and Mayor Jeff Longwell shouldn't be using flimsy evidence that is contrary to actual economic data.
For the Wichita metropolitan area in May 2019, the labor force is up, the number of unemployed persons is up, the unemployment rate is unchanged, and the number of people working is up when compared to the same month one year ago. Seasonal data shows declines in labor force and jobs from April.
Mistakes on Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell's Facebook campaign page are troubling.
A city hall news event sought to counter a news story that highlighted problems with Wichita's water supply, but it seemed more like a political campaign event.
In the first quarter of 2019, the Kansas economy grew at the annual rate of 3.1 percent, up from 0.9 percent the previous quarter.
The City of Wichita property tax mill levy was unchanged for 2018.
In 2014 Wichita voters rejected a sales tax which would have provided $250 million to spend on a water project. What were the city's concerns?
New research explains what you may have wondered: What is tax "decrement" financing?
Employment and the labor force in Kansas fell slightly in June 2019, and continued a trend of mostly slower growth than the nation over the year.
A visualization of employment, labor force, and unemployment rate for metropolitan areas, now with data through May 2019.
Transit in Wichita isn't working very well, and it is expensive.
Although plans have changed, an application by the City of Wichita holds interesting observations and claims.