The following is an excerpt from the Jan. 4 issue of The Wichita Eagle. Jeremy Hill, director of Wichita State's Center for Economic Development and Business Research, contributed to the article.
Boeing to move all work from Wichita plant
Jan 4, 2012 11:05 AM | Print
Boeing said it will move all remaining work from its Wichita facility to other sites, officials told employees this morning.
The move will affect 2,100 workers in Wichita, and provide a huge economic blow to the city, surrounding communities and the state. Boeing has been part of the community for more than 80 years.
Work group seeks social media policy feedback
One million tiles being restored on WSU's Miro mosaic
Wichita State Presents: 'An Evening with Bill Hader'
Donations lead to increase in Ulrich photo collection
Opera stars Ramey, Held to teach at WSU
Kenya Safari Acrobats to perform at CAC
LEGO Mindstorms Challenge at Wichita State
Bardo Proposes 'Innovation Campus'
WSU Performing Arts presents 'Violet'
WSU's NIAR hires lab director
Miss America 2014 to speak at WSU
WSU's McDowell competing for Mrs. International title
Math only prep workshop coming March 8
Endowed professorship named after Robert Town
WSU students, faculty participate in theater festival
Funds to WSU will help develop community-wide program
WSU Gore Scholar proving her worth
Sawan Fellowship awarded at Wichita State
WSU's 'Academe' for winter 2014
Wichita State offers Anti-Trafficking 101
Observatory hosting 'Discovering Stellar Secrets'