Steamy Joe, located at 216 W. Central Ave., will be host to local band 3 in One on June 17. The concert will begin at 7 p.m. Those in attendance are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or tailgate in the parking lot across the...Read More
Author: Jeni McGee
A case filed against an Arkansas City man who was arrested by police on suspicion of sexual offenses has been continued to next month. Darren Lee Williams, 36, was arrested Feb. 26 during a traffic stop in southwest Arkansas...Read More
The Royal Gauntlet birds of prey event, scheduled to be held June 15 at Cowley College’s Brown Center, has been relocated to the First Baptist Church lawn on Central Avenue, between A and B streets. Licensed master...Read More
The Arkansas City Board of Education approved a hardware lease for a Ricoh copy machine June 13. This is the first step in purchasing equipment to create a joint print shop with USD 465 in Winfield, with the assistance of Twin...Read More
The official results of the vote concerning a one-cent sales tax to cover South Central Kansas Medical Center’s bond debt have been posted. While the voters remained split 4 to 1 in favor of the tax, approximately 50 votes were...Read More
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