Local teacher David Stinemetze just began his 46th year of teaching in the Arkansas City Public School District. Stinemetze, a 1967 Arkansas City High School graduate, has taught both math and science during his tenure. This...Read More
Day: August 17, 2017
Flu season always is the worst time of year, especially after moving away from home. My first illness experience outside of my parents’ home was spent in an apartment less than 15 minutes away. It was at the point when I no...Read More
WINFIELD — The 36th annual K&O Steam and Gas Engine Show is coming to Winfield on Aug. 18-20. This show features track tractors and stationary engines, with live entertainment and exhibitions during the weekend. The...Read More
Cowley College is seeking vibrant, energetic performers and musicians for its fall musical “Mary Poppins” and performers aged 4 or older are strongly encouraged to attend. Auditions for those aged 8 or older will be from 6 to 10...Read More
Eric Mina, 2016 Hypnotist of the Year, brought his unique blend of comedy and hypnosis Aug. 15 to Cowley College’s Robert Brown Theatre, capping a busy first day of the fall semester. Mina, who has performed at more than 100...Read More
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