By Nancy D. BorstThe Times-Sentinel
HAYSVILLE – The city of Haysville has been awarded a $136,000 COVID-19 grant from the federal CARES Act to assist qualifying small businesses impacted by the pandemic.Mayor Bruce Armstrong announced the grant at the outset of Monday’s city council meeting. The grant is designed to help small businesses retain jobs for low-to-moderate income employees. The grant is administered by the Kansas Department of Commerce. To be eligible, a business must be for-pro...
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