WICHITA — Emily Flowers of William Newton Hospital was one of 34 students who graduated from the 14th class of The Kansas Hospital Association Leadership Institute on Sept. 10. The graduation was held during the KHA Annual Convention and Trade Show in Wichita. Students were nominated by their hospital's CEO to be part of this select group. They represent the future leaders of Kansas hospitals.
The Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce awarded Liberty Inn, 601 W. Ninth Ave., as the September Chamber Champion in recognition of their civic leadership and hard work in renovating the motel. Pictured are, back row, from left, Anne Jarrett, Jill Long and Liberty Inn owner Chris Goodman; front row, Tonya Villar, Renee Price and Liberty Inn co-owner Heather Goodman. (Special to the Courier)
By now, most Winfielders have seen the new light pole banners downtown, the new signs at the east and west city entrances, or the lighted signs at the north and south end of town, all promoting the Kansas Sampler Festival.
TOPEKA — Driving defensively during the deer mating season is a must for Kansas drivers.
Enhancing Your Customer and Quality Service Skills, taught by Wichita State Center for Management Development instructor Dr. Don Hackett, will be presented in Winfield on Oct. 22 at a reduced cost.
William Newton Hospital is excited to announce Debbra "Debi" LaForge, MA, CCC-SLP/L, as the new speech-language pathologist.
The Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony Sept. 24 for Timber Creek Floral & Gift, LLC located at 1307 Main St. Holding the big scissors is owner Tawna Golightley. Standing to her left are staff members Joyce Nickle, left, Wendy Neal, and Amanda Pilkington. Surrounding them are both Chamber members and friends from the community. (Special to the Courier)
Bonnie Estell is the new director of William Newton Hospital’s Home Health Service. Originally from El Dorado, Estell brings 14 years of home health experience and served 10 years as a state surveyor for Kansas Department of Health and Environment. Estell has also worked in medical and surgical units. She has degrees in both business management and nursing and health administration
If you struggle with accounting/bookkeeping terminology, don’t understand how Profit and Loss statements, Balance Sheets and Cash Flow statements are interrelated, then you need to take this class!
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A group of Nebraska farmers who say their crops suffered because the state improperly deprived them of irrigation water from the Republican River can proceed with their lawsuit.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cowley County, Winfield Main Street and Marquee, Inc., will hold a ribbon cutting and open house on Wednesday, Oct. 7. The ribbon will be cut at 9:30 a.m. and the open house will continue until 11. Refreshments will be served. All three organizations are now located in Suite 316 in the CornerBank Building, 103 E. Ninth Ave.