The 2017 Outdoor Friday Family Movie Series will resume May 26 in Arkansas City with a family-friendly adventure film at the Wilson Park rotunda, 701 N. Summit St. Monster Trucks will kick off the Memorial Day weekend at 7 p.m....Read More
The Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce on May 18 presented the STAR Award for May to Ark City Daily Bytes. STAR stands for Small Trade Achievement Recognition and the award is given twice quarterly to one of more than 300...Read More
Anita Judd-Jenkins is the newest member of the Arkansas City Rotary Club, but this is not her first go-round with Rotary. Judd-Jenkins, who was inducted into the club April 24, actually served as president of the organization in...Read More
WINFIELD — Stars Go Dim, a Christian pop band from Tulsa, Oklahoma, will be featured at the Donna DeMint Memorial Cancer Benefit Concert on June 3. The event will begin at 7 p.m. at the Richardson Performing Arts Center in...Read More
Unclaimed scholarship money still is available in Cowley County. Conco Construction is sponsoring a scholarship for a high school senior residing or attending a high school in Cowley County. So far this year, no student has...Read More
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