Jerry Siebenmark, The Wichita Eagle

Jerry Siebenmark

The Wichita Eagle

Augusta, KS, United States

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Past articles by Jerry:

‘Small but mighty’: Newcomer Cruse unseats Ranzau on Sedgwick County Commission

Two new Sedgwick County commissioners will join the board as some members are under investigation by the FBI for potential obstruction of justice. → Read More

Here’s why this company is looking to hire hundreds of people in central Kansas

Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer is still trying to fill hundreds of jobs at its McPherson, KS manufacturing plant. It sponsored job fairs in Wichita and Salina last month to fill spots in the lab and management. → Read More

Pfizer to hire 350 workers in McPherson, plans Wichita job fair

Pharmaceutical company Pfizer said Friday it plans to add 350 jobs at its plant in McPherson and will hold a job fair on Wednesday in Wichita to hire new workers. → Read More

Flight fares to Denver are no longer a Mile High

The Air Capital now has some cheaper fares from Wichita Eisenhower National Airport to Denver after Frontier Airlines on Thursday launched direct flights to the Mile High City, bringing United some competition. → Read More

'Deteriorating health' prompts David Koch's retirement from roles at Koch Industries

Citing deteriorating health, Koch Industries CEO Charles Koch announces to employees his brother, David, is retiring from his posts at the Wichita-based company "and other organizational activities." → Read More

Kansas City Chiefs look to Wichita-founded company 'to jump on a plane'

Kansas City Chiefs and Wichita-founded Executive AirShare sign long-term partnership deal that includes air travel and sponsorships on private jets. → Read More

Google is coming to Wichita to offer you free tech training

Grow with Google will offer free, day-long digital skills training on May 30 at Wichita State University Hughes Metroplex, 5015 E. 29th North. → Read More

Wichita airport restroom going to the dogs

Federal regulations prompt Wichita Eisenhower National Airport to create a restroom for service animals inside the nearly 3-year-old terminal. → Read More

Here's how you can get free training for aviation sheet metal, composites jobs

WSU Tech, formerly Wichita Area Technical College, is expanding its training and scholarships for aviation sheet metal assembly jobs this summer. → Read More

This airline will help student pilots with tuition — and guarantee them jobs

Kansas State University Polytechnic is partnering with Piedmont Airlines' cadet program, which comes with tuition assistance and a job guarantee. → Read More

If things don't change, there may not be enough of them to keep planes flying

A tightening supply of skilled aircraft maintenance workers across the country and in Wichita is expected to get worse. → Read More

This CEO will focus on raising money to invest in big ideas in Wichita

Wichita business incubator, e2e Accelerator, looks for new CEO as John Dascher takes on role to expand investment money available to entrepreneurs. → Read More

B-29 bomber ‘Doc’ gets a big lift from county budget

Sedgwick County donates $200,000 to new Wichita airport hangar and education center for restored, B-29 bomber known as “Doc.” → Read More

Wichita Eagle names Dale Seiwert its new general manager

Dale Seiwert’s new role as The Wichita Eagle’s general manager is effective immediately. → Read More

Airport runways to be renumbered because of changing magnetic poles

A shift in Earth’s magnetic poles prompt Wichita Eisenhower Airport officials to plan for renumbering runways next year. → Read More

Spirit plans to grow its footprint in Wichita — and add jobs

Spirit AeroSystems plans to add more than 1,000 jobs over the next two years, CEO Tom Gentile announced Wednesday. → Read More

Wichita firm’s Air Force contract means safer air travel for troops

Global Aviation Technologies wins $32 million contract to upgrade the avionics systems of 19 Air Force C-21 jets. → Read More

Wichita hospitals are paying up to fill some skilled jobs

Ascension Via Christi and Wesley Healthcare look at bumping base pay, offering employee referral bonuses to fill some positions. → Read More

With the C Series burden lifted, will Bombardier invest in Learjet?

Analysts and industry experts think Airbus’ plan to take a majority stake in Bombardier’s C Series means it will look to reinvest in its business jet programs. → Read More

CEO: Textron Aviation will continue to grow but only if it invests in new airplanes

Scott Ernest, head of the Wichita manufacturer of Beechcraft and Cessna planes, discusses the current market and how the company prepares for an eventual upturn in business. → Read More