Dan Voorhis, The Wichita Eagle

Dan Voorhis

The Wichita Eagle

Wichita, KS, United States

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Past articles by Dan:

Pawnbroker A-OK cites embezzlement in multimillion-dollar bankruptcy

Pawnbroker A-OK filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week caused by embezzlement, according to owner Bruce Harris. → Read More

How you shop has already changed. Here’s what could happen next

From artificial intelligence to drones, technology will make shopping a lot different — and much of the benefit will go to shoppers. → Read More

Rob Snyder renovates apartment complex in Planeview

Landlord Rob Snyder is renovating a 72-unit apartment complex in the Planeview neighborhood → Read More

Actor Eric Stonestreet helps with Kansas wildfire fundraising

Kansas farmers and ranchers groups enlisted TV actor and comedian Eric Stonestreet to raise money to rebuild after this spring’s wildfires. → Read More

Tears, faith in emotional small-business competition awards

The Monarch and Mahaney Roofing both won Small Business of the Year awards on Wednesday from the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce → Read More

Gander Mountain closing Wichita store, all others

Gander Mountain posted on its website Friday that it closing all of its stores and will liquidate all of its merchandise → Read More

Gander Mountain closing Wichita store, all others

Gander Mountain posted on its website Friday that it closing all of its stores and will liquidate all of its merchandise → Read More

Gander Mountain closing Wichita store, all others

Gander Mountain posted on its website Friday that it closing all of its stores and will liquidate all of its merchandise → Read More

Fate of wheat harvest to remain high-stakes mystery for another week or two

Experts on the Kansas Winter Wheat Tour say it will take a week or two to know the extent of damage caused by a blizzard in western Kansas. → Read More

AWEA: Kansas to hit 5,000 megawatts of wind power this year

The state will reach 5,000 megawatts of wind power generation capacity this year, according to the American Wind Energy Association. → Read More

Spring blizzard buries hopes of many western Kansas wheat farmers

Some western Kansas farmers report much of their wheat was damaged or killed by the weight of the wet snow from a weekend blizzard. → Read More

State files warrants against Hestia Health for unpaid taxes

Kansas Department of Revenue filed warrants against Hestia Health LLC for unpaid taxes → Read More

New restaurant to open on the west side

A local development group plans to open a Huddle House restaurant at Twin Lakes Shopping Center. → Read More

East-side sports facility developer sues partner, city of Wichita

GoodSports, the original developer of the Sports Forum at K-96 and Greenwich, claims that Wichita Destination Developers improperly demanded money from GoodSports, and that the city made demands for the building beyond the requirements of the developers agreement. → Read More

The Kansas wind never stops. Why should the Kansas wind industry?

Westar has finished building two new wind farms, but there are plenty of other customers, say developers. → Read More

WSU technology to help build ‘factory of the future’

Wichita State University will provide its new 3DExperience Center to Boston Consulting Group to model advanced manufacturing technologies. → Read More

Kansas farmers traveling a hard road back to the 1980s

Some worry the Kansas farm recession could lead to a 1980s-style foreclosure crisis in a few years. → Read More

Kansas wind helps power company set new milestone

A new wind farm near Dodge City means Westar Energy can now generate a third of its electricity from wind. → Read More

Baby boomers’ retirement: The country’s biggest and most predictable train wreck?

Some have called baby boomers’ retirement the country’s biggest and most predictable train wreck — it’s 76 million Americans and 70 years in the making. But while there is a lot of gloom about paying for it, some say the fears are overblown. → Read More

Baby boomers’ retirement: The country’s biggest and most predictable train wreck?

Some have called baby boomers’ retirement the country’s biggest and most predictable train wreck — it’s 76 million Americans and 70 years in the making. But while there is a lot of gloom about paying for it, some say the fears are overblown. → Read More