The City of St, John has agreed to contribute $65,000 to the Child Care Committee to bring in a modular classroom building that would allow for two daycares to operate out of it. This is enough to secure the building, but more is needed to carry out the project.

K-State students designed a prototype of solar homes that cost about $100,000

An article by Sarah Spicer for The Wichita Eagle published March 7, 2021.

The Spirit of Kansan: Can’t Never Could Do Anything

On Kansas' 160th anniversary of statehood, we wanted to share a Kansas Day essay written by Executive Director Carolyn Dunn for the 150th anniversary.

Remote RN to BSN Program Available in St. John

RN to BSN Program available at Workspace 311 through Fort Hays State University.

There are solutions to the rural Kanas housing crisis

With all its intricacies and individualism, St. John, Kansas offers residents a unique way of life in south-central Kansas. Yet, St. John is similar to most towns across America in one core way: its struggle for adequate affordable housing.

Interns bring collaboration efforts to St. John

Two cyclists-turned-interns, Elizabeth “Lizzy” Baker and Eliza Lawrence, arrived in St. John in late June and began work with Eco Devo.

Downtown Mural Project in St. John

A new mural will be painted on the south facing wall on the northwest corner of 2nd and Main in St. John. The project is sponsored by the Kansas Creative Arts Industry Commission and The Church of Jesus Christ in St. John.

New AmeriCorps VISTA Alert!

Stafford County Economic Development would like your help in welcome two new AmeriCorps VISTAs to Stafford County!  Meet these young individuals below:

Workspace 311 helps tackle COVID-19

Stafford County Economic Development, much like the rest of the country, has been figuring out creative ways to be useful in this new and uncertain time.

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Stafford County Economic Development Director Carolyn Dunn was presented with a We Kan! award