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Thursday, September 21, 2017
  • Tyson Oakes named to KBA Board of Directors
    Topeka, Kan.—The Kansas Bankers Association (KBA) is pleased to announce Tyson Oakes, Vice President at FirstOak Bank in Independence, Kansas, was elected by his peers and has been inducted as President of the Young Bank Officers of Kansas (YBOK) Division.
  • All in the name of honor
    They didn't do it for fun. They didn't do it to fundraise. They didn't climb 110 floors of stairs for an extreme sporting event — they climbed those stairs carrying a name and photograph on their back to honor the 343 firefighters who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001 — and they were proud to do it.
  • Bond repayment scenario
    Debt analysis was the topic of major discussion at Thursday's Independence city commission meeting, with Greg Vahrenberg, managing director of Piper Jaffray, presenting the draft financing analysis to commissioners. 
  • Fab Lab ICC additions plans reviewed at ICC trustee meeting
    Independence Community College board of trustees heard reports on the Community Pirate Partnership (CP2) program, reviewed plans on the new addition to the Fab Lab and discussed foundation operations with the ICC Foundation Thursday at their regular monthly meeting.
  • On the Sunny side of life
    Wednesday began a new chapter in three Independence men's lives as they formed their exclusive club. All three men are widowers and refer to themselves as the Sunny Survivors.
  • Student's open heart makes memories for others
    Wanting all her fellow senior classmates at Independence High School to have the same wonderful experiences, Katie Alexander decided to take Senior Pictures for those who "may not have the means to get their photographs taken by a professional photographer."
  • Fab Lab ICC receives grant to finalize expansion project

    Words like amazing and humbling come to mind for Fab Lab ICC director Jim Correll when asked how he feels about the Fab Lab receiving a grant award from the Federal Economic Development Administration (EDA) for $350,000 to help fund the construction of the Fab Lab expansion building.

     
  • One F Jef
    If you see a man pushing a buggy down the highways with a guitar on his back, you're most likely looking at award-winning musician Jefrey Taylor, originally from Nashville, Tenn. who is currently on a journey across the nation - on foot. His goal? "I'm walking small towns, learning about the towns and doing a little video and blogging about them," Taylor said. "It's not just to walk across America, it's to meet America."
    
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  • Tyson Oakes named to KBA Board of Directors
    9/20/2017
    Topeka, Kan.—The Kansas Bankers Association (KBA) is pleased to announce Tyson Oakes, Vice President at FirstOak Bank in Independence, Kansas, was elected by his peers and has been inducted as President of the Young Bank Officers of Kansas (YBOK) Division.
  • All in the name of honor
    9/19/2017
    They didn't do it for fun. They didn't do it to fundraise. They didn't climb 110 floors of stairs for an extreme sporting event — they climbed those stairs carrying a name and photograph on their back to honor the 343 firefighters who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001 — and they were proud to do it.
  • 9/17/2017
    A cleanup initiative can create a sense of community and bring people together for a great cause. Local organizers are seeking volunteers to help with the 10th annual Downtown Cleanup Saturday, Oct. 14 from 8 a.m. to noon.

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Slow mo water release from Elk City Lake 4/4/17
Water being released this afternoon from Elk City Lake at 4,076 cubic feet per second in super slow mo. Careful... you might get wet towards the end!
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