Day: September 22, 2017

Principal and Counselor Day held Sept. 20 at Cowley College

Cowley College was host to Principal and Counselor Day on Sept. 20. Forty principals, counselors, and superintendents from 16 Kansas and Oklahoma high schools attended the event. Those in attendance were treated to a performance by the Tigerettes dance line and presentations from the department chairs on Cowley College’s main […]

Gottlob raising funds to recreate legendary 1970 Daytona run in new ‘Vette

Hometown racing fanatic and mechanic Cliff Gottlob is attempting to break back into the racing circuit. He is well-known in car circles for setting records in the ’70s, but has been away from racing for quite some time. “I’m closer than I know,” he said. Gottlob worked well past dark […]

The Slow Cooker Solution: Spice things up with healthy chicken curry

Generally speaking, I try not to keep in our house a lot of the items that currently are in our house. Cans of pop, commercial creamer and packaged frozen foods all went out the window several years ago when my husband and I both underwent food-related health issues. But the […]

Dr. Cassie Shaw pursuing internal medicine to new cities, opportunities

One of Arkansas City’s own has been published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr. Cassie Shaw, a 2006 Arkansas City High School graduate, has started blogging about her experiences in the medical field. She currently is chief resident in internal medicine at Saint Louis University Hospital in Saint Louis, […]

The Massacre of Mankind: Baxter continues Wells’ classic 14 years later

It has been 14 years since the Martians invaded England. The world has moved on — always watching the skies, but content that we know how to defeat the Martian menace. Machinery looted from the abandoned capsules and war machines has led to technological leaps forward. The Martians are vulnerable […]