The Cowley College Board of Trustees has elected new officers for the 2016-17 school year. Board chair Dennis Shurtz announced the trustees’ new positions during a regular meeting July 18. A motion was made by Ned Graham, then...Read More
An Arkansas City woman reached out July 19 via Facebook to find the owner of an Arkansas City High School class ring lost more than 20 years ago. It will be on its way to its rightful owner, a woman named Lauri Kashkin, later...Read More
Winfield business owner Jill Long was named the newest Cowley College trustee in an apparently illegal action July 18 by the college’s Board of Trustees. The board of trustees cast their votes by secret ballot, a clear...Read More
Many candidates for local, state and federal elections gathered July 14 for a forum at the Moose Lodge in Bolton Township. Candidates were given 10 minutes to introduce themselves to the crowd. In all, there were approximately...Read More
Tattoos once were viewed in a negative light in the United States. Individuals with tattoos often were judged as living outside a certain set of morals. Arkansas City resident Paula Plush recalls tattoos as a taboo during her...Read More
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