2014 Economic Strength Ranking
Policom Corporation has released the 2014 Economic Strength Ranking for Micropolitan Areas in the U.S. Dodge City ranked 21st in the Nation!
DCCC Program Lays Groundwork for Careers
The Dodge City Community College Building Construction Technology program, in its third-year of operation, has established itself as a source of trained construction industry employees, according to the program’s two professors.
CNN Comes to Dodge City
CNN Producers and Anchors visit Dodge City as they work on a project called "Building Up America"
Whether it's enjoying our Western heritage or listening to a symphony orchestra—there's something for everyone in the Dodge City area.
Big agricultural opportunities in Dodge City
Centered in the breadbasket of the High Plains, the Dodge City area is home to dozens of agricultural and support industries.
Ford County is center of wind energy production
The Dodge City area leads the way in wind farm development. Already home to a 67-turbine farm near Spearville, development of new projects is underway.
State-of-the-art medical services
Dodge City Medical Center is the premier physician-owned medical clinic facility in Southwest Kansas, dedicated to medical excellence with a caring and professional atmosphere.
Dodge City Business News
By Gloria Tucker / Dodge City Daily Globe Posted Jan. 8, 2015 Dodge City, Kan. – Kansas employment growth is anticipated to reach 1.8 percent in 2015, according to a recent study by Wichita State University. According to the 2015 Kansas Employment Forecast, nationally, real GDP grew at a rate of 3.9 percent in the third quarter of 2014, following a 4.6 percent growth in the second quarter. Employment... [Read more]
Policom Corporation has just released a 2014 Economic Strength Ranking for the Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas in the U.S. According to the Policom report, Metropolitan Statistical Areas have at least one urbanized area with a population of at least 50,000, plus adjacent territory (counties) which have a high degree of social and economic integration with the core as measured by commuting.... [Read more]
Since July 2010, when Dodge City became a Main Street community, we have been keeping track of the flow of businesses, job creation, dollars being invested and volunteer hours that all contribute to the revitalization of our downtown area. Below is the current and up-to-date statistics of what has been accomplished in the downtown over this time frame. Public/Private Reinvestment: $1,731,793 Volunteer... [Read more]
Overland Property Group was featured on the front page of the AHN Magazine, this magazine is circulated nationally. On the cover of the magazine is Dodge City’s “The Reserves at Cimarron Valley”. As a community we couldn’t be happier to be show cased for our partnership with Overland Property Group and our success in solutions to our housing crisis. “We had no idea... [Read more]
Ice cream, shakes, malts, candied apples, chocolate dipped strawberries and marshmallows are just a few of the many items that are available with the two new franchised concepts in Dodge City. Cold Stone Creamery and Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is located at 2019 Central Avenue in the Quick Pick #2 Convenience Store. The building also continues to offer a limited variety of convenience store items... [Read more]
The Dodge City Community College Building Construction Technology program, in its third-year of operation, has established itself as a source of trained construction industry employees, according to the program’s two professors. The program’s instructors, Pat Shiew and Joe McLaughlin, both veterans of the construction industry, teach a wide-variety of topics which introduce the students to many... [Read more]