Cherokee Strip Land Rush Museum board members voted Tuesday to return items to a Ponca City, Okla., woman who said she lent them to the museum several years ago. Carrol Engelking took to Facebook last week, seeking help from the...Read More
The Arkansas City Public Works Department sought the direction of city commissioners during their regular meeting Tuesday night regarding street repairs. Each year, the department budgets approximately $170,000 to $175,000 for...Read More
The Burford Theatre has announced a design contest for its grand opening production. The theme of the opening production is “Burford Arts Grand Opening: Salute to the Roaring Twenties.” Those interested in entering the contest...Read More
Cowley College alum Damien Odle placed ninth in the javelin July 3 at the Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon. Two of his final three throws fell short of 70 meters, but he topped the day off at 70.49. Although Odle is ranked No. 9...Read More
The City Commission of Arkansas City will consider a consent agenda item tonight that would allow the city to assess amounts it is owed to property taxes. The two properties to be assessed are at 110 E. Adams Ave. and 727 N....Read More
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