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March 30, 2017

Mars to Add TWIX line to Topeka Facility, Will Invest $55 Million

Contact: Jackie Steele Telephone: 785.231.6029 Email: jsteele@gotopeka.com Topeka, KS, March 30, 2017– Mars Chocolate North America announced it will invest $55 million in its Topeka facility to accommodate increased production, including adding a TWIX line. The investment, which entails $4.9 million in the facility and $50 million in equipment, follows the additional $100 million investment […]

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March 29, 2017

Status of Women in Kansas

March is Women’s History Month. To call attention the status of women, GO Topeka hosted its Third Annual Woman’s Forum (Part I) at the Capital Plaza. Wendy Doyle, president of the Women’s Foundation and coordinator the Topeka Women’s Project, kicked off the 2017 Women’s Forum by sharing results from a study about women throughout the […]

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March 28, 2017

March 28, 2017 Legislative Update

Spending Bill As they head for the first adjournment on April 7, lawmakers are working to bring a number of important issues to a head, including legislation to pay the state’s bills through June 30. House and Senate negotiators moved closer last week to finalizing the spending bill for the remainder of this fiscal year […]

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March 21, 2017

GO Topeka & the Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce Unveil New Diversity & Inclusion Program, INCLUDED

Contact: Barbara Stapleton Telephone: 785.234.2644 Email: bstapleton@gotopeka.com  Website: in-cluded.org     Topeka, KS, March 21, 2017– Backed by GO Topeka and the Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce, Included aims to be the authority on diversity and inclusion within businesses and organizations throughout the region. Each of the participating organizations has made the commitment to improve […]

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March 21, 2017 Legislative Update

The Kansas Senate beat back their leader’s effort to cut the spending, including spending for public schools, on their way to passing legislation to pay the state’s bills through June 30. The spending package which passed the Senate resembles the bill the House passed in mid-February. They both find the roughly $280 million needed to […]

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