The Cowley County consolidated 911 dispatch center came under scrutiny during a recent meeting of the City Commission of Arkansas City. After the meeting, Ark City Daily Bytes requested and inspected numerous emails, spanning...Read More
Day: March 3, 2017
In an effort to announce the Grouse Creek Academy, Brian Black and Nathan McClure invited Ark City Daily Bytes to be among the first to use the range. McClure, who has an extensive history within the firearms training industry,...Read More
Cowley County soon will be home to a brand-new firearms training facility, thanks to the vision of county native Brian Black. The facility, Grouse Creek Academy, is being constructed on Black’s family property on Grouse Creek...Read More
One international Cowley College student will return home from America with more than just an education. Simion Melly, a native of Kenya, Africa, was raised in a small village that does not have a naturally occurring source of...Read More
Household cleaner, laundry aid, rug restorer Did you ever wonder how our grandmothers cleaned their homes before harsh chemical cleaners were available? One of the most versatile cleaning products available is regular white...Read More
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