South-central Kansas residents will take part in a special election April 11 to decide who will take the U.S. House of Representatives seat vacated by Mike Pompeo. Pompeo was chosen by President Donald Trump to be the next...Read More
Day: April 10, 2017
The Car(e) Clinic returns April 22. The event is designed primarily for single mothers and low-income households that are struggling to make ends meet. Appointments are necessary for those who wish to benefit from this free car...Read More
The Arkansas City Ministerial Alliance has organized a week of Easter services. Each day next week, from Monday through Friday, there will be a service at a different church in Ark City. Free lunches will be provided because the...Read More
K’ an D’ Pharmacy is a local business that began in 2008. It is owned and run by Daren and Kechia Reese, who both were born and raised here in Arkansas City. The Reeses began their own business because they thought Ark City...Read More
USD 470 Superintendent Ron Ballard will give a “State of Public Schools” address at the upcoming Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce’s Noon Networking Luncheon on April 25 in the Wright Room at Cowley College’s Brown Center....Read More
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