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Welcome to the Tri-County Area Chamber of Commerce

The Tri-County Area Chamber of Commerce supports 9 communities in Dickinson, Morris, and Marion counties: Burdick, Herington, Hope, Lincolnville, Lost Springs, Ramona, Tampa, White City, and Woodbine.  We are located in beautiful Central Kansas with convenient access to Fort Riley, Junction City, Manhattan, Wichita, and Salina.

Take a few minutes to explore the local area or find a member business. If you have any questions, comments, concerns or would just like to say hello, feel free to contact us! We'd love to hear from you.

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This cold snap has really taken its toll on a lot of people and unfortunately, I am one of them now. Our office will be closed today. The Herington Times is also closed today. If you need anything urgent, please feel free to call and leave a message or email us.

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Thank my God !

Go to the bathroom!

Brush my teeth

Whine about waking up.

Growl at the alarm clock then think of coffee 🙂

Pray I'm still dreaming

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Your weekly #shopsmallsaturday tips from Smart Insurance!

Winter Tips for Your Vehicle:

-Check your tires before the first winter storm and check tire pressure during cold weather.
-Get a vehicle winter maintenance check-up. Don't wait to check your battery, belts, hoses, radiator, lights, brakes, heater/defroster and wipers.
-Keep your fuel tank full. Don't let it fall below half a tank on winter trips.
-With that also keep your phone battery charged and have a car charger in case you may need it.
-Program your radio for traffic reports and emergency messages.
-Keep a basic winter survival kit in your vehicle: flashlight, batteries, blanket, snacks, water, gloves, boots, first-aid kit.
-Load your car with winter travel gear: tire chains, ice scraper/snowbrush, jumper cables, road flares, shovel.
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Your weekly #shopsmallsaturday tips from Smart Insurance!

Winter Tips for Your Vehicle:

-Check your tires before the first winter storm and check tire pressure during cold weather.
-Get a vehicle winter maintenance check-up. Dont wait to check your battery, belts, hoses, radiator, lights, brakes, heater/defroster and wipers.
-Keep your fuel tank full. Dont let it fall below half a tank on winter trips.
-With that also keep your phone battery charged and have a car charger in case you may need it.
-Program your radio for traffic reports and emergency messages.
-Keep a basic winter survival kit in your vehicle: flashlight, batteries, blanket, snacks, water, gloves, boots, first-aid kit.
-Load your car with winter travel gear: tire chains, ice scraper/snowbrush, jumper cables, road flares, shovel.
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Upcoming Events

  • Nov
    16
    VFW Breakfast @N/A
    VFW Post 1281
    101 East Main Street, Herington
  • Nov
    16
    Burdick Pancake Day @7:00 am
    Burdick, Kansas
    Burdick
  • Nov
    18
    Herington USD 487 BOE Meeting @6:30 pm
    Herington City Hall
    17 North Broadway, Herington
  • Nov
    18
    Elder Support Group @7:00 pm
    Chamber Boardroom
    106 N. Broadway, Herington
  • Nov
    19
    Appointments available with Director of Dickinson County EDC @10:00 am
    Herington City Hall
    17 North Broadway, Herington

Chamber Blog

Chamber Office is Tourism Stop

By Kymberley Harper | October 3, 2018

Did you know that the Chamber office is also the Tourism office for the City of Herington? All of Herington’s brochures and tourism websites list our contact information and we take several calls every week looking for information on the motel, campground, and upcoming events. Right after I started back in this office, I received…

Chamber Makes Changes to Office Position

By Kymberley Harper | September 19, 2018

It’s a week for changes in our community. The Chamber’s Executive Board has voted to eliminate the position of Chamber Director and instead hire two part time people with specialized skills. They are looking to hire a Bookkeeper; someone with experience with QuickBooks and very strong Excel skills.  This person will handle all the accounts…

Fun Times in the Community

By Kymberley Harper | September 11, 2018

There are a lot of fun things going on this Sunday.  The Herington Country Club is having their last tournament of the season and Friends Helping Friends is having a fundraising meal starting at 11:30 and going until they run out of food.  Knowing how fantastic Mark’s cooking is, it won’t last long.  He says…