The Friends of the Renaissance are teaming up with U Paint It for a unique fundraiser on June 25. Part of the proceeds from a U Paint It class will go toward the Cowley County Renaissance Festival. There is a $30 fee for the...Read More
The City Commission of Arkansas City unanimously approved the purchase of one mower for the Public Works Department, which was half of the request brought before the commission on June 21. The original request was for the...Read More
Steamy Joe has been named the No. 1 restaurant in Arkansas City by tripadvisor.com. The coffee house, located at 216 W. Central Ave., opened just last year. Its grand opening was Sept. 1, 2015. Owner Ruth Ryel, and her husband,...Read More
An Arkansas City retail store is working to collect donations for Cowley County Safe Homes. Factory Connection, 2135 N. Summit St., has become a drop-off point for donations that ultimately will help Safe Homes in Winfield to...Read More
EMS Director Jeri Smith, of the Arkansas City Fire-EMS Department, was named the Region IV regional education coordinator by the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT), which recently announced...Read More
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