Superheroes don’t wear capes in real life. Leotards and masks are both usually out of the question, as well. Superheroes don’t often stand more than 6 feet tall, or have broad shoulders or dimples in their chins. Sometimes...Read More
A free car care clinic held regularly in Arkansas City is looking for help. Car(e) Clinic is a quarterly outreach effort that started at First Assembly of God. “We will have another clinic coming up with in a month,” Daniel...Read More
Cowley College alum Damien Odle has qualified in the javelin for the 2016 Olympic trials, which will be next week in Eugene, Ore. “I’m super excited. I fly out (June 30),” he said in an interview June 29. Odle said his personal...Read More
The Arkansas City Planning Commission voted June 28 to approve the combination of the Planning Commission and the Board of Zoning Appeals. The only item on the agenda was met with some initial resistance from Charles Jennings,...Read More
Service dogs are not pets, nor should they be treated as such. Because there are no laws that mandate visible markings or identifying apparel for service dogs, it is important not to assume that a dog accompanying its owner is...Read More
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