Arkalalah officially begins Saturday, when the first clue for the medallion hunt will be released. An additional clue will be released each day until the medallion is found. Ark City Daily Bytes readers can find the clues on...Read More
When I was pregnant with my second child, I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes. My doctor referred me to a dietitian who helped me to understand the importance of diet and exercise. My family was supportive and I was able...Read More
The City Commission of Arkansas City voted unanimously Oct. 17 to approve the purchase of five Motorola portable radios for the Arkansas City Fire-EMS Department. This purchase, which came to a total of no more than $16,569, is...Read More
Arkansas City High School senior Katie DiVall was named Miss Arkansas City in September and will appear at this year’s Arkalalah Coronation. She is the daughter of Kenny and Melissa DiVall. Katie did not anticipate being named...Read More
Burger Junkie celebrated its newly opened business Oct. 10 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, during which the Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce presented owner Christopher Goodman with a certificate of best wishes and a...Read More
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