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          GARAGES for Storage/Car/ETC. (3536 W 2nd Street) (SpreadMyAd)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Garages for Rent/Lease in an Owner Occupied Condominium Development. Peaceful and Safe. Garage Door Openers. Garage Door width only 8'. Not for daily in and out or a place to do mechanic/body work but for Storage of custom cars, furniture, jet skis ...

          CDL Truck Driver - Ingram Concrete LLC - Wichita Falls, TX      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
*NOW HIRING -- Career Minded Truck Drivers* Requirements: CDL Class A or B (positions available for both) and must have *1 year* verifiable CDL driving...
From Indeed - Tue, 08 May 2018 16:21:13 GMT - View all Wichita Falls, TX jobs
          Beef Tongue (expensive now)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I'm in Wichita and thankfully our local Amish butcher still has the whole tongue for a few bucks. I just bought one the other day to make some plain sandwiches I grew up with. I would have freaked if the price was any higher. There aren't a lot of benefits of living in this part of the country except prices of things like this.
           Man who shot Kansas tax employee gets 14 years in prison       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - A man who owed about $400,000 in taxes who was convicted of shooting and wounding a Wichita tax agent has been sentenced to nearly 14...
          Sales Engineer Construction      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KS-Wichita, What you will do Under general direction is responsible for the sale of Johnson Controls BE offerings to mechanical contractors, designers and consulting engineers. Promote the Johnson Controls value proposition to construction community by providing business and technical solutions. Builds and manages long term customer relationships/partnerships with assigned accounts. Responsible for customer s
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Can you figure out who are these top 3 celebrities with horrible posture?



According to new research, people spend about 5 hours each day on their smartphones, tablet or computer. This has a big toll on your body!

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ST. JOHN'S, ANTIGUA - Two men who murdered honeymooning British couple Ben and Catherine Mullany were each given three consecutive life sentences Friday by the Antigua High Court, Sky News reported.Kaniel Martin and Avie Howell were found guilty of shooting the couple, from south Wales, just two weeks after they had married in July 2008.Catherine Mullany, a doctor, died instantly after being shot in the back of the head. Her husband, a physiotherapy student, survived for a week.The couple, both 31, had come to the Caribbean island for their honeymoon and were shot at their beach side resort during a robbery.Martin, 23, and Howell, 22, were also convicted of the murder of local shopkeeper Woneta Anderson in almost identical circumstances.The pair had faced the possibility of the death penalty for the killings. Mr. Rainey said in an interview. "But she was covered in them, easily over 1,000 on her pants alone Most were young nymphs about the size of dust specks She had a change of clothes in her car, so we put her clothes in the feezer to kill them," Mr. Rainey recalledeThe ticks didn't match any North American pests, and initially he could not identify them. The woman's 12-year-old sheep was penned alone and had never traveled, so where they came from remained a mysteryeA month later the woman called again to see if he had figured out what they were, Ebrahim says when she learned she had gotten an OBGYN residency position at a clinic in Wichita Falls, she was overjoyedoiIt was a new chapter of my life. It was something that I didn't know what was going to happen. I didn't have any type of experience working in the United States,i said Dr. EbrahimoAfter her residency, she knew she could move anywhere to practice medicine, but says she fell in love with the community of Wichita Falls and even more in love with the patient population she was serving, which was the under-insured









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Recent headlines have put a spotlight on immigration in TexasoMany who come to the United States do so for the opporunity at a better life, and that includes thousands of medical doctors who want to do more with their careers than possible in their home countriesoData journalists at NBC found that out of the 535,545 health care practitioners and technicians in Texas, 116,495 are from another countryoExperts say our nation has become dependent on foreign-born doctors, filling a gap in a current doctor shortage When Dr. Ellaheh Ebrahim moved to America from Iran, she never imagined she'd end up in Wichita Falls, TexasoShe followed her husband, an American citizen, to the United States to give her daughter a better education, but was an established doctor in obstetrics and gynecology in her home countryoShe says she knew the move would be mean starting over International doctors who seek to practice medicine in the United States must pass a series of exams and obtain a residency through a medical school program Dr


























          How To Win In November      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

There was some excellent news for progressives Tuesday night. If you think Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is wonderful, you're going to love Rashida Tlaib from Detroit. And James Thompson from Wichita was the first candidate Alexandria (with Bernie) went to campaign for after her own win. His win was a landslide. In southwest Michigan, Matt Longjohn is likely to prove himself to be one of the best members of the class of '19.

I'm not a big fan of identity politics. I'm happy Rashida will serve as a positive role model for Muslim women and Palestinian-Americans-- she will be the first member of both groups to be a member of Congress-- but the reason I'm so excited about her is because she has proven herself to be an effective progressive while she served in the Michigan legislature. That said, The Atlantic ran an interesting report by Elaine Godfrey about Netroots Nation over the weekend that is based on winning in November by putting together a multiracial coalition. That's good, as long as the candidates are the best candidates, although the point was mostly about voters rather than candidates per se. Alexandria: "Our swing voter is not red to blue. It’s nonvoter to vote."
The line was met with huge applause from the audience at Netroots Nation, the annual gathering for progressive candidates, activists, and organizers. Whereas last year’s conference attendees saw a gubernatorial candidate’s speech interrupted with shouts of “Trust black women,” this year’s felt like a very intentional tribute to people of color, especially women. The conference offered more than 20 training sessions and panels specifically addressing how to reach those voters, as well as the millions of eligible Americans who aren’t registered to vote. The majority of panelists and presenters, according to Netroots organizers, were people of color.

Democrats have been grappling with key questions about coalition building since the 2016 election: Should they prioritize winning back the voters they lost to Trump? Should they attempt to woo the white voters gradually fleeing the party? Progressives this weekend said, emphatically, no. It’s a genuine attempt to remake the Democratic Party at a time when racial and class tensions are the highest they’ve been since the 1960s-- and it’s also put them on a collision course with party leaders and other Democrats.

“I think Trump’s win scared the shit out of everybody,” said Anoa Changa, a progressive activist and the host of the podcast The Way With Anoa. “I think it’s been a wake-up call for a lot of people that we have to invest. We can’t just do the traditional model where we only talk to super voters.”

That doesn’t mean ignoring whites and Trump voters, she says. Instead, “it’s rejecting the notion that our way to victory is having a centrist, moderate right-leaning strategy that feels like we could peel off Romney Republicans, versus investing in communities of color, marginalized groups, and progressive white people,” Changa said. “There is this notion that … we can’t address the issues of race, systemic oppression, because we don’t want to piss these voters off. We have to find a way to do both.”

A key voting group that progressives want to mobilize consists of the more than 4 million voters who supported President Barack Obama in 2012 but didn’t vote in 2016. More than 50 percent of them were people of color, and almost one-quarter were under the age of 30, according to data from the Cooperative Congressional Election Study. “If 2016 had happened with the same voter-turnout patterns as 2012 then [Hillary] Clinton would have won,” said Brian Schaffner, a political-science professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst who helped conduct the survey. “Clearly turnout can influence outcomes.”

But it’s bigger than the Obama voters. Roughly 59 percent of black Americans and 48 percent of Hispanic Americans voted in 2016, compared to 65 percent of whites. If progressives could just close this gap, they argue, Democrats would win more often. They aim to do that by mobilizing already registered voters—and by registering new ones: Roughly 30 percent of the citizen voting-age population is unregistered, and those Americans are more likely to be young people and people of color. These are the people activists call the “New American Majority.”

The Democratic Party so far has leaned into economic messaging as a way to win in 2018: After the 2016 election, they unveiled “A Better Deal” aimed at appealing to moderates and weary Trump supporters. They’ve been backing Conor Lamb–type candidates who, through their backgrounds and a focus on jobs and wages, are able to come off as more independent. In 2016, Representative Hakeem Jeffries of New York told the New York Times last week, “there was a blind spot that we had as Democrats with respect to engaging with the American people around the economic anxiety that they continue to experience.”

But progressives are adamant that the only way to win in November and beyond is to be about more than economics, and that the right message-- the one that will appeal to progressive whites, as well as turning out more people of color to the polls-- invokes both race and class equally. Two Netroots trainings on developing a “Race-Class Narrative” were completely filled this weekend, with activists and organizers participating in mock-canvassing sessions in which they practiced delivering lines that contained both racial and economic messages. “The status quo has been not to talk about race, and there’s a myth out there is that if you talk about race you’ll lose,” said Causten Rodriguez-Wollerman, one of the leaders of the training and a strategist with the public-policy organization Demos. “You cannot build a multiracial coalition by being silent on race.”

Some Democrats have poked holes in this “emerging majority” strategy on logistical grounds. “I don’t think there’s a secret progressive nonvoter bloc that, if we just say the magic words, is gonna show up and, voila, fix the Democrats’ problems at the polls,” said Lanae Erickson Hatalsky, the vice president for social policy and politics at Third Way, a think tank advocating for center-left ideas. Nonvoters, she said, are going to be hard to engage. “Is it easier to activate a whole bunch of people that haven’t voted in 20 years or persuade the people who are already showing up?”

To counter that, though, progressives offer up Alabama as a test case: In December, Doug Jones became the first Democrat elected to the Senate from the state in 25 years with the help of 96 percent of black voters. They also point to the Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, an African American woman who structured her campaign around minority empowerment and outreach in order to beat her more moderate primary opponent. To defeat the Republican Brian Kemp, Abrams is attempting to do what Obama did in 2008: build a coalition of progressive whites, but also turn out minorities to the polls at far greater numbers than usual. If Abrams can pull that off, writes Time’s Molly Ball, “the implications would be profound, not just for Georgia but for the whole region and potentially the nation.”

On Saturday, the final night of this year’s Netroots conference, a small group of young protesters from the “Black-Ass Caucus” took to the stage. “We will no longer be tokenized by so-called white allies,” one man shouted to the audience. Another protester, a young woman, criticized progressives who speak about economics and class without mentioning race. “Everything-- including class issues-- are built on race issues!” she yelled into the microphone.

“I’m a woman of color and people do not pay attention to us, even in the littlest things, but we are always the ones saving the Democratic Party,” the 27-year-old Ianthe Metzger, a staffer for the Human Rights Campaign and a Netroots attendee, told me earlier in the weekend. “Finally it feels like we have a say … It’s like finally, this is our moment.”
I'd be very happy to see Georgia elect a woman as governor, I'd be very happy to see Georgia elect an African-American as governor. I'd be happier yet to see Georgia elect an exceptionally good governor. Fortunately Stacey Abrams is all three in one. As the NY Times mentioned a couple of weeks ago, "Georgia’s captivating governor’s race between Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams has taken on the dimensions of a defining moment, one that will, regardless of outcome, determine what the state represents and how it is perceived. That voters chose these two candidates reflects how Americans are embracing politicians on the basis of culture and identity, and how Georgia’s politics are catching up with its rapid demographic change: The nonwhite population has grown to 40 percent from 29 percent since 1990. But Georgia’s political middle, long the dominant force behind the state’s thriving commerce and pragmatic leadership, suddenly finds itself all but abandoned."
Ms. Abrams, 44, a brainy Yale Law graduate from Atlanta, has leveraged the prospect of becoming the country’s first female African-American governor to nationalize her campaign and its fund-raising. By contrast, Mr. Kemp, 54, is a drawling agri-businessman from Athens who has revived a populist style that has lain dormant in Georgia since the late 1960s. Both campaigns say they are committed to maximizing turnout by their most rabid supporters rather than moderating in order to broaden their appeal to centrists and independents.

Each side frames the election of the other in doomsday terms. Mr. Kemp, the Democrats fear, will take Georgia the way of North Carolina and Indiana, which were tarnished by recent legislative battles over issues like gay rights and the use of public restrooms by transgender people. Republicans warn that Ms. Abrams, who hopes to expand Medicaid health coverage for the poor and disabled, will raise taxes they have cut, reverse the state’s job growth, deplete its rainy-day surplus and threaten its superior bond ratings.

...To those in between, the chasm between Mr. Kemp, who has adopted President Trump’s language on guns and immigration, and Ms. Abrams, who supports an assault rifle ban and says her “soul rests with those seeking asylum,” feels as vast as Tallulah Gorge.

“It would be nice if we had a more moderate option,” said Kathrine DeLash, who works at a pet store in suburban Cobb County and doesn’t identify with either political party. “You don’t get that with the candidates we have right now. The people who shout the most to their own people get the most attention, and it doesn’t matter what they’re saying as long as they shout the loudest.”
The Times has it half right: Kemp is an extremist. But Abrams is not. Her policy agenda is widely popular with the American people and the only reason people call her as extreme as Kemp is because she's black. I would have expected a more discerning look from The Times in their hunt for the elusive, beloved middle. People like the policies Abram is offering even if some of them are a little tepid about electing Georgia's first woman governor and first black governor. Get over it; it's 2018, not 1875. And, luckily, the "middle" is defined by actual voters, not by the privileged members of the elite media.


          Atlanta Gladiators Sign Louick Marcotte      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
DULUTH, Ga. – The Atlanta Gladiators announced Thursday that they have signed forward Louick Marcotte to a standard professional contract. Marcotte, 24, registered 33 points (14g, 18a) and a plus six rating in 48 ECHL games for Wichita, Fort Way...
          Project Wichita participants say they want change      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Close to 14,000 participated in the Project Wichita community survey this summer.
          2 teens got about 4,000 votes in close Kansas primary race      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - More than 3,700 Kansas voters cast ballots for two 17-year-old candidates in Tuesday's election for the GOP nomination for Kansas governor - a race that is still undecided because the vote was too close to declare a winner.
          Adopt Pele' (Rabbit) a Black Lop, Holland / Mixed rabbit in Wichita (Adopt-a-Pet.com)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   


          Bill Snyder signs new 5-year contract      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

On Wednesday, Bill Snyder said he has no plans of retiring. “I could go on for quite some time,” Snyder told the Wichita Eagle, “if I don’t get fired and keep having an impact on the players in my program and my family is comfortable with it. I don’t see any particular end in sight.” […]

The post Bill Snyder signs new 5-year contract appeared first on FootballScoop.


          EHS new High School teachers      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
El Dorado Springs High School would like to welcome the following teacher to their staff. Bailee Fleming will serve as the middle school and high school Vocal Music teacher. She is a native to Nevada and a graduate form Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, TX. This will be Ms. Fleming’s first year teaching, though
          Construction Technical Support Manager - Wichita, KS or Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KS-Wichita, EPRO Services Waterproofing & Building Envelope Solutions EPRO Services (www.eproinc.com) is seeking a dynamic and energetic technical support manager to help accelerate growth by spearheading our construction technical support group that is responsible for servicing EPRO’s construction clients throughout the United States, Canada, and Asia. This exciting opportunity is ideal for candidates locate
          Construction Technical Support Manager - Wichita, KS or Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KS-Wichita, EPRO Services Waterproofing & Building Envelope Solutions EPRO Services (www.eproinc.com) is seeking a dynamic and energetic technical support manager to help accelerate growth by spearheading our construction technical support group that is responsible for servicing EPRO’s construction clients throughout the United States, Canada, and Asia. This exciting opportunity is ideal for candidates locate
          Tharp, Janet K. (Schaper)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
CYPRESS, TX-Tharp, Janet K. (Schaper) Resident of Cypress, Texas, formerly of Wichita Kansas, passed away on August 3, 2018. Janet was born October...
          Customer Service Representative [Part-Time]      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KS-Wichita, HIRING - PART TIME CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE A Career That’s Meant to Be At David’s Bridal, we empower our customers and our employees to stay true to their dreams and find the one, whether that means the wedding dress that matches her personal style—or the career that’s a perfect fit. We’re looking for people with diverse backgrounds and fresh ideas to help create a uniquely personal retail
          Highway 322 08-09-2018 with Elena Klaver      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Playlist:

Joe Jencks- The Old Labor Hall - The Forgotten
Sparrow Blue- BlackEyed Susan - Rabbit In The Moon
Darol Anger Emy Phelps Friends- The Wichita Lineman - Music Of Our People
Tish Hinojosa- Church Of The Mission Bell - West
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Ry Cooder- Everybody Ought To Treat A Stranger Right - The Prodigal Son
Eliza Gilkyson- Sanctuary - Secularia
Indigo Girls- Galileo - Indigo Girls Live With The University Of Colorado Symphony Orchestra
Michael Johnathon- How Can I Keep From Singing - Moonfire The Banjo Album
I See Hawks In LA- Ballad For The Trees - Live And Never Learn


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          Retail Sales [Part-Time]      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KS-Wichita, Hiring - Part Time Dress Specialist A Career That’s Meant to Be At David’s Bridal, we empower our customers and our employees to stay true to their dreams and find the one, whether that means a dress that matches her personal style—or the career that’s a perfect fit. We’re looking for people with diverse backgrounds and fresh ideas to help create a uniquely personal retail experience in our specia
          Kobach Will Now Recuse Himself from Vote Count      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R) said “that he plans to recuse himself from the vote tally process in the face of pressure from Gov. Jeff Colyer (R) and mounting confusion over vote totals,” the Wichita Eagle reports. “Kobach said that he would recuse himself in an interview with CNN hours after Colyer had […]
          Kobach Will Now Recuse Himself from Vote Count      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R) said “that he plans to recuse himself from the vote tally process in the face of pressure from Gov. Jeff Colyer (R) and mounting confusion over vote totals,” the Wichita Eagle reports. “Kobach said that he would recuse himself in an interview with CNN hours after Colyer had…

link: Kobach Will Now Recuse Himself from Vote Count


          Retail Sales [Part-Time]      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KS-Wichita, Hiring - Part Time Dress Specialist A Career That’s Meant to Be At David’s Bridal, we empower our customers and our employees to stay true to their dreams and find the one, whether that means a dress that matches her personal style—or the career that’s a perfect fit. We’re looking for people with diverse backgrounds and fresh ideas to help create a uniquely personal retail experience in our specia
          Plains All American Fast-Tracks 2 Pipelines      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Plains All American is fast-tracking two pipeline projects in West Texas in a bid to alleviate a worsening pipeline capacity shortage in the United States’ most productive oil region, Reuters reports, citing a company conference call. The first of these, the Sunrise extension project, should start operating at partial capacity by the end of 2018, Plains said during the call. At full capacity, the extension will add half a million barrels daily to the flow from Midland to Colorado City and Wichita Falls, plus connections to Cushing, Oklahoma,…
          FOOD SERVICE WORKER (PART-TIME, Weekends) - Compass Group - Wichita, KS      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Morrison Healthcare is a leading national food and nutrition services company exclusively dedicated to serving more than 600 hospitals and healthcare systems....
From Compass Group USA - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 23:54:40 GMT - View all Wichita, KS jobs
          NUTRITION CARE MANAGER / DIETITIAN - Compass Group - Wichita, KS      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Apply to Morrison Community Living today! Morrison Community Living is a member of Compass Group USA. Morrison has over 350 registered dietitians, 250 executive...
From Compass Group USA - Fri, 20 Jul 2018 18:31:15 GMT - View all Wichita, KS jobs
          Maintenance Job At Signature Flight Support - Line Service Technician      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Wichita Falls, TX - United States, TX We Service Private Jets! Training Provided! Are you interested in working in the business aviation industry, and do you enjoy working outdoors with plenty of variety? As a Line Service Technician, you will provide ground support to arriving and
          Construction Technical Support Manager - Wichita, KS or Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KS-Wichita, EPRO Services Waterproofing & Building Envelope Solutions EPRO Services (www.eproinc.com) is seeking a dynamic and energetic technical support manager to help accelerate growth by spearheading our construction technical support group that is responsible for servicing EPRO’s construction clients throughout the United States, Canada, and Asia. This exciting opportunity is ideal for candidates locate
          Assistant Store Manager      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TX-Wichita Falls, The Assistant Store Manager will be part of an enthusiastic and motivated team of financial service professionals. You will be helping our customers get the cash they need, when they need it, and yo
          (Wichita) Type 99 Arisaka - $ 300      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Type 99 Arisaka with original anti aircraft sights, ground mum and a training bayonet. Bore is a little dark but has good, strong rifling throughout. I've shot 10 rounds through the rifle and it functions and shoots well.  Looking to sell to fund new project but if you want to trade something just offer.  300 obo
          (Wichita) New-in-box CZ CZ-75BD $515-out-the-door. - $ 515      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
New-in-box CZ CZ-75BD $515-out-the-door.
Includes of course the black-plastic-box, all the goodies and the two brand-new 16rd mags...
          Construction Technical Support Manager - Wichita, KS or Kansas City, MO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KS-Wichita, EPRO Services Waterproofing & Building Envelope Solutions EPRO Services (www.eproinc.com) is seeking a dynamic and energetic technical support manager to help accelerate growth by spearheading our construction technical support group that is responsible for servicing EPRO’s construction clients throughout the United States, Canada, and Asia. This exciting opportunity is ideal for candidates locate
          Receptionist - Service Corporation International - Wichita, KS      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Working knowledge of standard office equipment including multi-line phone system, computers, calculators, copiers, printers, and fax machines....
From Service Corporation International - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 23:45:01 GMT - View all Wichita, KS jobs
          Plains All American Fast-Tracks 2 Pipelines      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Plains All American is fast-tracking two pipeline projects in West Texas in a bid to alleviate a worsening pipeline capacity shortage in the United States’ most productive oil region, Reuters reports, citing a company conference call. The first of these, the Sunrise extension project, should start operating at partial capacity by the end of 2018, Plains said during the call. At full capacity, the extension will add half a million barrels daily to the flow from Midland to Colorado City and Wichita Falls, plus connections to Cushing, Oklahoma,…
          Frontier / Volaris schedules codeshare launch in late-August 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Frontier Airlines and Volaris starting late-August 2018 launches reciprocal codeshare partnership, covering service between US and Mexico, as well as domestic service within each country. A total of 51 Volaris routes and 120 Frontier routes will display both Y4 and F9-coded flight numbers.

Frontier Airlines operated by Volaris
Aguascalientes – Los Angeles
Cancun – Aguascalientes
Cancun – Chihuahua
Cancun – Guadalajara
Cancun – Leon/Guanajuato
Cancun – Mexico City
Cancun – Monterrey
Cancun – Puebla
Cancun – Queretaro
Cancun – Tijuana
Cancun – Tuxtla Gutierrez
Chihuahua – Denver
Culiacan – Phoenix
Durango – Los Angeles
Guadalajara – Austin
Guadalajara – Chicago O’Hare
Guadalajara – Dallas/Ft. Worth
Guadalajara – Denver
Guadalajara – Fresno
Guadalajara – Houston
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Guadalajara – Milwaukee
Guadalajara – Morelia
Guadalajara – Ontario
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Guadalajara – Reno
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Huatulco – Chicago O’Hare
Leon/Guanajuato – Los Angeles
Mexico City – Chicago O’Hare
Mexico City – Denver
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Mexico City – Miami
Mexico City – San Antonio
Mexico City – San Francisco
Morelia – Fresno
Morelia – Los Angeles
Morelia – San Jose CA
Oaxaca – Los Angeles
Uruapan – Los Angeles
Zacatecas – Los Angeles
Zacatecas – San Jose CA

Volaris operated by Frontier Airlines
Chicago O’Hare – Cancun
Chicago O’Hare – Colorado Springs
Chicago O’Hare – Islip
Chicago O’Hare – Jacksonville
Chicago O’Hare – Las Vegas
Chicago O’Hare – Orlando
Chicago O’Hare – Pensacola
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Chicago O’Hare – Syracuse NY
Chicago O’Hare – Tampa
Chicago O’Hare – Trenton
Cleveland – Cancun
Denver – Atlanta
Denver – Bismarck
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Las Vegas – Atlanta
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Los Angeles – Atlanta
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Orlando – Birmingham AL
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Orlando – Greenville
Orlando – Islip
Orlando – Memphis
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Orlando – Oklahoma City
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          Stadium sniping exposes tensions at Vanderbilt and between athletics and academics fund-raising in higher education      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Long-running tensions between athletics and academics are on display once again at Vanderbilt University, with charges surfacing that the athletics side is being prevented from raising money from some donors courted by university fund-raisers.

Blocking certain donors is undercutting efforts to raise funds for a new football stadium project, The Tennessean reported last week. Citing multiple sources, the newspaper wrote that a lack of progress toward a new or renovated stadium “may be self-inflicted.”

In an accompanying piece, columnist Joe Rexrode recounted being told two years ago by a source that athletics fund-raisers have been “scolded away from top donors” and that coaches have been frustrated because they are unable to get money for “small things that would be considered essential” at other universities.

“In this case, it’s a group of people getting together to complain because they see it as their only way to get something done,” Rexrode wrote. “And years of sitting around -- some would say negligence -- is dooming Vandy football to more losing. Losing games, losing seasons, losing fans, losing opportunities to earn new fans that should be capitalized on with vigor in this booming city.”

The situation resonates at Vanderbilt, a prestigious institution in Nashville, Tenn., where the relationship between athletics and academics has frequently been in flux over the last 15 years. The university is academically prestigious but arguably disadvantaged athletically as the only private institution competing in the keeping-up-with-the-Joneses climate of Southeastern Conference football. It is also pumping hundreds of millions of dollars into creating a "living-learning environment" elsewhere on campus, in line with the university's residential-colleges concept combining residential, classroom and student center space -- even as boosters argue its football stadium has not been significantly renovated since 1981.

For all that makes Vanderbilt unique, the tensions on display provide a glimpse into issues simmering beneath the surface at many colleges and universities. The new federal tax law just did away with the ability for donors to take a charitable deduction on a large chunk of the money they paid for athletic event seating rights, potentially making it harder to raise money for athletics. But corporate sponsorships have continued to grow in importance, slathering money on successful programs.

At the same time, there are faculty members across the country who would like to see less money flow to athletics and want more emphasis placed on what they see as the often-overlooked core of the university mission -- research and academics. Yet donors want to give for their own priorities, while sports enthusiasts and fund-raisers say giving for athletics and academics doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive.

“I think most people would say it’s not unusual to have some competition between athletics and academics, or even within academic units,” said David Bass, a senior director of research at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.

Colleges and universities are starting to integrate and align advancement functions more and more, said Bass, who spoke about higher education philanthropy generally but not Vanderbilt specifically. Integration means making communications, alumni relations, marketing and fund-raising part of a continuum engaging people from the time they consider enrolling as students through the time they graduate and advance in age as alumni.

“Managing prospects becomes more challenging,” Bass said. “You don’t want the dean of the college of business going out and asking for a $5 million gift or a $50,000 gift three days after the president has talked with them about a $50 million gift.”

What’s in an Address?

Vanderbilt officials showed little interest in discussing The Tennessean’s report. They did confirm one detail, however: the main fund-raising group for Vanderbilt athletics, the National Commodore Club, is relocating.

The National Commodore Club is moving from McGugin Center, which houses Vanderbilt athletics, to the development and alumni relations office in the Loews Vanderbilt Plaza. The Tennessean noted Loews Vanderbilt Plaza houses the headquarters for fund-raising for non-athletics-related campus projects and cited sources who said the move “illustrates Vanderbilt’s institutional de-emphasis of athletics.”

But the National Commodore Club was always part of the university’s development and alumni relations office, according to a university spokesperson, Princine Lewis. The National Commodore Club is merely moving physical locations, and the relocation does not represent a change in structure or approach to fund-raising, Lewis said.

“Any suggestion to the contrary is false,” Lewis said in an email. “Vanderbilt remains committed to the success of its athletics program and its student athletes. The university is focused on providing student athletes with an elite education, the opportunity to participate in a top-notch conference, and the mentoring and support for success on and off the field. That is the university’s top priority in line with its academic and research mission.”

Asked for an interview with an official who could discuss fund-raising priorities, Lewis reiterated that the university’s fund-raising efforts have not changed.

“This is all we are going to have,” Lewis said in an email. “Hope this helps.”

An athletics department spokesman referred a request for comment back to Lewis.

Still, physical relocations can be worth watching, according to outside observers. They can be much more than symbolic, said Charles Clotfelter, a professor of public policy studies at Duke University who has written about big-time athletics in higher education and inequality between different colleges and universities.

“They’re doing something different,” Clotfelter said. “I’d sit up and pay attention, because this really and truly looks like something about a university’s priorities.”

Vanderbilt has long provided a unique window into the often uneasy relationship between big-time athletics and universities at large. In 2003, then chancellor E. Gordon Gee announced Vanderbilt was disbanding its athletics department and moving it into the division of student life. The decision came against a backdrop that might sound familiar today: widespread concerns about athletics scandals across the country and worries that athletic departments were becoming their own fiefdoms.

The university’s athletics director at the time soon departed. Athletics moved underneath the authority of David Williams, who was secretary of Vanderbilt’s Board of Trust, vice chancellor for student affairs and general counsel. Williams has recalled the stunned reaction to the changes from both the media and Vanderbilt’s board, telling The New York Times that Gee and Vanderbilt’s provost “found something else to do” and he spent a whole day “with the board screaming at me.”

But in 2012, Williams received a new title under Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos: vice chancellor for athletics and university affairs and athletics director. Zeppos said Williams was playing an increasing role in college athletics. A university news release quoted the new athletic director as saying he would be able to spend more one-on-one time with student athletes.

“I have heard the comments that Vanderbilt needs a full-time leader in athletics,” Williams said. “I’ve taken that to heart.”

Williams did not return an emailed request for comment for this story. He has previously estimated that a new stadium could cost more than $60 million to $90 million. The Tennessean quoted him as saying stadium upgrades are a priority within Vanderbilt’s framework.

“Oh, the desire is very much there,” Williams said. “People say that we are not interested in [a stadium project]. Trust me, there is no AD in this conference that wants to do things to win a championship more than I do.”

Several signs point to Vanderbilt’s framework emphasizing parts of the university beyond the bowl of the football stadium. The university is in the midst of a new $600 million renovation and building project on campus that doesn’t include athletics facilities.

It has emphasized construction of residential colleges in recent years, according to financial statements. In 2017, the university spent $159 million on capital projects, with more than $35 million going to academic projects and $34 million for housing projects. Just $9 million was for athletics projects. In 2016, only $6 million of $149 million in capital spending went to athletics projects.

At the same time, Vanderbilt doesn’t operate in a world of unlimited resources. Yes, it is among an elite group of wealthy institutions, with a $4.1 billion endowment, large enough to be the 24th-largest endowment in the United States and Canada. The 12,600-student university collects about $1.3 billion in revenue annually, much of it from grants, contracts and endowment earnings. But it competes against some even greater powerhouses.

Gift revenue totaled $92 million in Vanderbilt’s 2017 fiscal year, Moody’s Investors Service noted in a recent report. The ratings agency called gift revenue strong, “but below some of the university’s competitive peers.”

Donor Priorities and the Crowding-Out Effect

Fund-raising for any college or university is a mix of priorities -- both donors' and those for which the institution would like to raise money. But universities, including academically strong universities, sometimes take criticism for pumping money into athletics facilities. For example, critics recently targeted Northwestern University for opening a $270 million football practice and athletics facility on the shores of Lake Michigan.

Anecdotal evidence shows the divide between athletic and academic priorities surfaces frequently. Elizabeth King is the president and CEO of the Wichita State University Foundation. She isn’t familiar with the situation at Vanderbilt, but she recalled conversations she’s seen between fund-raising professionals on email distribution lists.

“This does seem to be problematic at a number of institutions,” she said. “It’s just the whole collaboration. Athletics has perks, many times, that the academic side can’t begin to provide.”

It takes work on all sides to keep good levels of communication flowing between different parties in fund-raising, athletics and other parts of a university, King said. The sides can work together effectively, though.

Nonetheless, a perception sometimes persists that money raised for athletics could be redirected toward academics. King remembers a faculty member asking about a major gift to Wichita State athletics. Could fund-raisers have asked for a chair in anthropology instead?

“I said, ‘What would give you any idea that that’s what he wants to do?’” King said. “The No. 1 litmus test is, ‘What is the donor passionate about, or what can you do to create a level of passion within that donor?’”

The second question seems to be a vexing one. Worries have long persisted about athletics creating a crowding-out effect, siphoning money from other institutional fund-raising.

A 2010 analysis by professors at Troy, Central Washington and Middle Tennessee State Universities looked at previous research and concluded that the performance of intercollegiate athletics is a significant influence on institutional fund-raising. Athletic success has a significant influence on all types of institutional fund-raising, although effect sizes were small. At institutions where football was played, it was the primary influence on giving.

A main takeaway of the 2010 analysis was that the relationship between athletics and overall fund-raising is complex. Authors wrote that “the strength of that relationship is moderated by four important variables: the target of the giving, the alumni status of the donor, the institution's level of NCAA competition, and the primary sport of interest.”

That’s not quite a conclusion on the crowding-out effect, although the analysis did describe a case study in 2004 at the University of Oregon indicating that crowding-out effects might be occurring among donors making annual gifts greater than $1,000. It also described a 2007 multi-institution study finding athletic fund-raising was growing more quickly than academic fund-raising, and that crowding-out effects were most likely at institutions without top academic rankings.

A sports economist and professor at Vanderbilt argued that academics and athletics don’t necessarily have to compete for the same scarce donor resources. Their different fund-raisers can help each other, said the professor, John Vrooman.

“Ironically the two college fund-raising sources are not locked up in a mutually exclusive turf battle between brains and brawn,” Vrooman said in an email. “There are significant mutual benefits to academic and athletic fund-raising in both public and private institutions. The multimillion-dollar question is how to effectively internalize those significant and underutilized positive-sum externalities.”

Essentially, Vanderbilt has to consider the opportunity cost of a dollar raised for athletics, said David M. Carter, executive director of the University of Southern California Marshall Sports Business Institute and founder of the Sports Business Group, a marketing and business development consulting firm.

What is the cost of raising a dollar for the football program, football stadium or athletics in general? Will raising that dollar enhance Vanderbilt’s brand and goals more than raising a dollar toward scholarships or sending star students abroad to study?

“That is part of the dynamic,” Carter said. “If you were going to increase spending on athletics incrementally, are you ever going to get that back at Vanderbilt?”

At the same time, Vanderbilt is in a fairly unique position among institutions playing in big-time athletics. It is not going to be able to keep up with the athletic fund-raising of its competitors in the SEC, nor is it likely to consistently attract the same top talent to its football programs, Carter said.

In that light, the recent tensions might just be a natural part of Vanderbilt finding its way as an academically minded private institution in the football-crazed SEC.

“Maybe it’s not a negative for Vanderbilt,” Carter said. “Maybe what they’re doing is, unlike a lot of other schools, having a real debate about proceeds and balance and not just running full steam ahead to the highest dollar amount -- figuring out what is the appropriate mix.”

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Ricky Wirths was sentenced Thursday for attempted first-degree murder. He was found guilty of shooting tax agent Cortney Holloway five times after Holloway served a tax warrant at Wirth's home.

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          Wichita police officer pleads guilty, says he knew about illegal poker games      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Mackey admitted that while he was a police officer he knew and did not report individuals who were conducting an illegal gambling business.

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          Sales Rep Needed in Wichita      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KS-Wichita, Are you enthusiastic and determined? Family Heritage Life Insurance Company has an opportunity for you that can finally be the job you’ve been looking for. We make a difference in the neighborhoods we serve and are looking for community-focused professionals to join our team. We are currently interviewing entry- and senior-level applicants or applicants with healthcare, insurance or management exp
          Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission to Meet More Frequently      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission to Meet More Frequently

PRATT – In response to Kansas House Bill (HB) No. 2280 – which was signed by Governor Jeff Colyer, M.D. on May 18, 2018 and became law on June 7, 2018 – the Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission will begin meeting more frequently. The Commission, which previously met six times a year, will move to a new schedule beginning with its November 15, 2018 meeting in Russell so that the Commission has ample time to meet the legislation’s demands, and not adversely affect the business of the Commission, which includes approving statewide hunting and fishing seasons.

HB 2280 poses new requirements for the addition or modification to the rules and regulations of Kansas’ Executive Branch agencies, including the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT), which will lengthen the period of time it takes KDWPT to complete the regulatory process. New changes as a result of HB 2280 include, but are not limited to:

  • Revisions to the way economic impact statements are written
  • Prior approval from the Director of the Budget before the proposed rule or regulation is submitted to the Secretary of Administration and Attorney General
  • An additional public hearing for proposed rules and regulations determined to have an economic impact exceeding $3 million

At its August 2, 2018 meeting in Medicine Lodge, the Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission agreed to cancel its previously scheduled October 25, 2018 meeting to adhere to the new requirements. The Commission will resume its meetings as follows:

November 15, 2018 – Russell (Exact location to be determined), 1:30 p.m.

December 13, 2018 – Wichita, Great Plains Nature Center, 6232 E 29th St. N, 1:30 p.m.

January 17, 2019 – Lawrence (Exact location to be determined), 1:30 p.m.

February 21, 2019 – Salina (Exact location to be determined), 1:30 p.m.

March 28, 2019 – Topeka (Exact location to be determined), 1:30 p.m.

April 25, 2019 – Colby (Exact location to be determined), 1:30 p.m.

For more on the KDWPT Commission, visit ksoutdoors.com/KDWPT-Info/Commission.

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          Sales Rep Needed in Wichita      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KS-Wichita, Are you enthusiastic and determined? Family Heritage Life Insurance Company has an opportunity for you that can finally be the job you’ve been looking for. We make a difference in the neighborhoods we serve and are looking for community-focused professionals to join our team. We are currently interviewing entry- and senior-level applicants or applicants with healthcare, insurance or management exp
          CDL Truck Driver - Ingram Concrete LLC - Wichita Falls, TX      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
*NOW HIRING -- Career Minded Truck Drivers* Requirements: CDL Class A or B (positions available for both) and must have *1 year* verifiable CDL driving...
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          Dave & Buster's looks like a go for east Wichita      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The arcade-themed restaurant chain has locations in 39 states.
          Fundraising organization names 2018 philanthropy award winners      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The honorees will be recognized during an event in November at the Hyatt Regency Wichita.
          Restaurant Team Member - McAlister's Deli (The Saxton Group) - Wichita Falls, TX      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Restaurant Team Member 518 - Wichita Falls - Texas We are hungry, and we aren't just talking about sandwiches. Come taste success at one of America's largest...
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          GARAGES for Storage/Car/ETC. (3536 W 2nd Street) (SpreadMyAd)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Garages for Rent/Lease in an Owner Occupied Condominium Development. Peaceful and Safe. Garage Door Openers. Garage Door width only 8'. Not for daily in and out or a place to do mechanic/body work but for Storage of custom cars, furniture, jet skis ...

          Coach: Arkansas to host Wichita State for baseball exhibition       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Arkansas will host Wichita State in a baseball exhibition game in October, according to Wichita State coach Todd Butler.
          QuikTrip Tests Sandwich Counters in 2 Markets      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

TULSA, Okla. -- QuikTrip’s newest addition to its QT Kitchens foodservice program is a made-to-order-sandwich counter. The convenience-store retailer is testing the offerings in its home market of Tusla, Okla., as well as Wichita, Kan.

Customers can customize their subs or choose from QT’s signature combinations, including The Big Italian, 3 Meat Stack and The Gardener. The retailer is looking to create a premium feel with Choice roast beef, Genoa salami and Black Forest ham. With sandwiches starting at $3.49, however, the c-store chain is also aiming for a competitive price point.

The counters are featured at all stores in both markets and have received positive reviews, according to the company.

“Our Tulsa and Wichita customers are loyal fans, and because of their trust in our company, they give our new products a fair shot,” said Adam Fidanza, corporate sales manager for QT. “We’ve received enthusiastic comments from the subs trials in these two markets, and we’re excited for this broader launch of fresh subs in Tulsa and Wichita.” 

Sandwiches are a safe bet for QT, considering about 61% of consumers eat sandwiches about once a week, according to Technomic’s 2018 Sandwich Consumer Trend Report.  However, fast-casual sub chains such as Jersey Mikes, Manasquan, N.J., and Firehouse Subs, Jacksonville, Fla., create steep competition in the category.

QuikTrip Corp. operates 700 stores in 11 states. The c-store chain earned the No. 11 spot in CSP’s 2018 Top 202 ranking.

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          Record Set in Research and Development Awards      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Newswise imageWichita State University set a new record for total research and development awards in fiscal year 2018 with a total of $104.5 million, increasing awards by more than $14 million and achieving gains in most funded departments. This is the first time the university has achieved greater than $100 million in research awards in its history.
          Coach: Arkansas to host Wichita State for baseball exhibition       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Arkansas will host Wichita State in a baseball exhibition game in October, according to Wichita State coach Todd Butler.
          NW ABSOLUTE 5 BR 3 and a half BA Home w 3-Car Gar - WICHITA KS - Saturday September 15th, 2018 - McCurdy Auction, LLC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Real Estate Auction - WICHITA KS - Saturday September 15th, 2018 - McCurdy Auction, LLC | NO MINIMUM NO RESERVE Gorgeous 5 Bedroom 3 5 Bath Home with a 3 Car Garage in the Maize school district This home shows pride of ownership throughout and is nbsp conveniently located near 21st and Maize The exterior of the home sits on a corner lot and has great curb appeal There is a covered front porch a three car attached garage and a fully fenced backyard The backyard has a patio area that is the perfect place to entertain family and friends There is also an irrigation pump and well
          (USA-KS-Wichita) RETAIL REPRESENTATIVE PART TIME      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
**\# of Openings** 1 **Overview** To all you incredibly talented, challenge seekers, dare-todreamers, early to rise in the morning go-getters, outside-of-the-box thinkers, experience-driventrendsetters, and creative brainstorming doodlers, we just have four words: We’re looking for you. CROSSMARKis looking for creative, social team members that want theopportunity to work with major retail vendors to help create lasting impressions on our customers. Retail Merchandising Representatives areresponsible for quality performance of retail tasks and objectives to achieve superior results for CROSSMARK’S clients and customers. **Responsibilities** + Essential Duties and Responsibilities: + Schedules tasks on weekly basis to meet execution objectives + Executes retail merchandising tasks as scheduled + Performs stores/tasks in efficient/cost effective manner + Accurately reports all completed retail tasks via the appropriate designated systems on the day the work is performed. + Communicates effectively with store personnel regarding tasks, sales activities, promotions, and client/sales plan objectives + Completes required training and certification programs. + Engage every work day with CROSSMARK’S communication tools for the purpose of accurately planning, reporting, and reviewing work. + Ability to implement retail schematics and merchandising materials as assigned. + Flexibility to participate in team scheduled tasks and clients work-withs. + Dedicated to providing excellent customer service and to develop a professional working relationship with store management, associates and other merchandising companies to effectively meet company and client objectives. + Insures proper maintenance on all company equipment. + Follows company policies, procedures, and position responsibilities. + This role is not expected to exceed more than 24 hours per week, although the company does maintain the discretion to change the role based on the needs of the business and/or the client. Note: This job description does not imply that the above functions are the only tasks that may be performed. Associates will be expected, if possible, to follow any other job-related instructions and perform any other job-related tasks as directed by management. **Qualifications** To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties. Education/Experience: High school diploma or general education degree (GED); Prior retail experience is preferred, but not required. Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk or hear; stoop, kneel, crouch, climb or balance. The employee is regularly required to lift up to 25 pounds and to occasionally lift up to 60 pounds from the floor to waist or chest high. Significant time driving a vehicle may be required. In general, resets can be very physical in nature. Reset activities could include: removing items from the shelf, moving shelves, building fixtures, reorganizing the products according to the plan-o-gram provided, replacing shelf tags, filling in new products and retrieving additional stock when necessary. Computer Skills: Proficient use of a Personal Computer, printer and familiarity with Adobe, Word, Excel, and Outlook.Tools: Daily access to the worldwide web with the ability to meet system requirements, printer and phone. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Associates are required to submit to a standard background check and drug screening as required when designated by the client. Work environment: Retail store environment with some travel. Some projects include early mornings (i.e. 4-5am), overnight travel, weekends or nights and holidays.Language Skills: English is the primary language skill, however, bilingual skills may be required based on business necessity. You must have access to reliable transportation. The reliable transportation must be able to transport you and task materials a minimum of forty miles from your home to execute a variety of work. Operating a Personal or Company-provided Vehicle: In the event the associate drives a personal or Company-provided vehicle for business purposes, the associate is required to maintain a valid state-issued driver’s license and the minimum auto insurance coverage specified by the associate’s state of residence. At CROSSMARK, you can get the job that gets your lifestyle. Whether you are seeking a career in retail merchandizing, the flexibility of a part-time job or full-time corporate employment, we have a place for you. Join our U.S. team of over 30,000 dedicated and talented individuals in providing expert sales and marketing services for the consumer goods industry. CROSSMARK is committed to providing accessible employment practices and welcomes applications from people with disabilities. If you require accommodation for a disability during any stage of the recruitment process, please let us know. **Req ID** _2018-113085_ **Primary Work Location : Location** _US-KS-Wichita_ **Category** _Retail/Merchandising_
          Wichita school district to use $1 million grant to improve security      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The improvements will include upgrading classroom doors that can lock from inside, adding cameras, and buying more metal detectors.

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          Wichita Falls Police Report Decrease in Vehicle Burglaries      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
It seems like 99.9% of news is bad news, so here’s some good news to start your weekend off. Continue reading…
          Texoma's Most Wanted Fugitives of the Week      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Wichita Falls Crime Stoppers has released the latest lineup of Texoma's most wanted fugitives as of August 10, 2018 Continue reading…
          CDL Truck Driver - Ingram Concrete LLC - Wichita Falls, TX      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
*NOW HIRING -- Career Minded Truck Drivers* Requirements: CDL Class A or B (positions available for both) and must have *1 year* verifiable CDL driving...
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          Wichita nonprofit launches $20M capital campaign for new building      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Funds will be used for a new building, endowment and operations.
          Listener: Wichita Falls leaders will not accepting of voters’ decision      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Dear Mr. Pratt, I am referencing the Wichita Falls Time Record News of Thursday, August 9, 2018. “City of Wichita Falls leaders said they are aiming for “compliance” rather than enforcement during a plan to improve downtown sidewalks.” The Wichita Falls Downtown Steering Committee aims to hold downtown businesses responsible for fixing sidewalks and maintaining […]
          Wichita Falls-area news for 8/10/2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Listener: Wichita Falls leaders will not accepting of voters’ decision New Overton Ray Elementary officially opens its doors VIDEO Restaurant celebrates ribbon cutting in Wichita Falls Regional Airport VIDEO Kids get hands-on with air power at RBNC Texas’ tax-free weekend draws crowds Texoma’s Most Wanted Fugitives of the Week North Texas fire season rages on […]
          Wichita Falls-area news for 8/9/2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MSU Health Sciences Construction Progress Construction progressing on MSU campus WFISD teachers prepare for back to school WFISD and non-profit help homeless children VIDEO Wichita Falls’ Keith Lee Kicks Butt in Official WWE In-Ring Debut Wichita Falls Restaurant Changes Cash Policy Due to Rampant Counterfeit Bills Texas gas prices down, but highest in August since […]


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