Author: David Dinell

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Derby Crime Stoppers is in the process of disbanding. After that process is formally completed, Derby will be part of the Wichita/Sedgwick County Crime Stoppers. [Read More]
Derby's fire personnel had an active year in 2018, according to data submitted to the City Council by Fire Chief Brad Smith in his annual... [Read More]
Cox Wireless Access LLC will be growing in Derby. The entity, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cox Communications, asked for a competitive infrastructure... [Read More]
A 1.77-acre parcel owned by the city in the Stone Creek Addition, which is north of Patriot Avenue, is on track to be sold. [Read More]
The Hubbard Center lease agreement, along with a related financing process, was approved by the City Council at its Feb. 12 meeting. [Read More]
Westview of Derby, 445 N. Westview Dr., is behind on payments to numerous vendors, according to a state document. An official there blames the past... [Read More]
Financial issues at a Derby care center for adults has led to the state filing a request to take on its operations. At issue is... [Read More]
Martin Luther King once famously declared that his dream was to have his children living in a country in which they would be judged not... [Read More]
Express Employment Professionals is expanding its Derby staff. The company now is having the space just north at 620 N. Baltimore Ave., Unit C, remodeled... [Read More]
It didn't take long for the first-timers at the ukulele class at the Derby Public Library to get going on their first song. In fact,... [Read More]
Adjustments have begun on shifting business requirements for Derby's STAR bond district.After a briefing by representatives of Derby Destination Development LLC on Sept. 11, the... [Read More]
A special assessment to help pay for a traffic signal at Meadowlark and Triple Creek went forward despite concerns from area residents. [Read More]
As Derby's population nears 25,000, the milestone is not just a marketing feature, it also is a legal one. [Read More]
Tags: Shift - Derby - status
The city's newest recreational attraction, Warren Riverview Park, opens to the public Oct. 20. [Read More]
A water main break on the east side of Derby at about noon on Friday caused challenges for crews and a disruption of service and... [Read More]
Tags: Water - Derby - Friday
A water main break was discovered on Madison Avenue near Timberleaf Drive at about noon on Friday. [Read More]
Updated 1 p.m. Sept. 15... [Read More]
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A recent survey on school safety released by USD 260 officials found the majority of stakeholders believe they are safe in the district's schools. [Read More]
Tags: Survey - Derby - recent
After a successful transition to a new venue, the Derby Chamber of Commerce's annual Chili Cook-Off is back this fall. Known as the "no rules"... [Read More]
It can be a challenge to own and operate a small business. That challenge is even more daunting when the owner is battling brain cancer. [Read More]
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