The Atchison Area Economic Development Corporation (AAEDC) was awarded a $390,665 grant to provide enhanced fiber broadband service leading through south Atchison to the campus of Amberwell Health (formerly Atchison Hospital).
The Atchison City Commission unanimously approved a Transportation Alternatives (TA) Program grant that would improve the just recently renamed Unity Street Monday evening.
Atchison city commissioners voted unanimously Monday to approve the contracting of event operations at the Atchison Event Center to Theatre Atchison.
The City of Atchison wants builders, developers, investors, contractors, and the public to know that most of Atchison’s smaller and older lots are now suitable for new construction.
Atchison City Commission unanimously approved support for to create a historical sculpture plaza on the 400 hundred block of Commercial Street.
A sinkhole was reported late Friday morning at the intersection of North 17th and Harper Drive. The sinkhole closed part of Harper Drive and according to Atchison City Public Works Department, the hole will take about a week to fix due to a whole pipe needing to be replaced.
A proposed project in the City of Atchison has been selected for funding by the Kansas Department of Transportation’s City Connecting Link Improvement Program, which funds improvements to state highways that extend through cities.
Rep. Steve Watkins talks with Atchison City Manager Becky Berger and the President of the Rushville-Sugar Lake Levee Association Brian Miller Wednesday at the Lewis & Clark Pavilion on the Riverfront. The three discussed an update on the repair of the Lewis & Clark/Rushville levee br…
Jesse Greenly has been a well known figure head in the Atchison community for many years and was appointed as the newest City Commissioner Monday night.
Adults residing within Atchison city limits who are interested in serving as an Atchison City Commission are invited to throw their hats into the ring for consideration to fulfill the unexpired term of Former Mayor Shawn Rizza.
For the first time in more than 30 years, drivers can park their cars along the south side in the 1500 and 1600 blocks of Kansas Avenue thanks to a recommendation from City of Atchison employees.