[envira-gallery id=”3175″] Members of the Arkansas City Fire-EMS Department (ACFD) participated in the 2016 “Pink Heals” tour on June 4. ACFD Firefighter-Paramedic Brandy Rice was among those who worked the event,...Read More
Two young area men were honored June 1 in Topeka for giving back to their community. Christopher and Mitchell Gingher, both of Arkansas City, have been giving back for more than half of their lives. For the last six years, the...Read More
An Arkansas City native is enjoying life to the fullest thanks to a series of successful business interests. Nate Lind graduated from Arkansas City High School in 1998 and has gone on to achieve goal after goal. His latest...Read More
Three broke girls wanted to open a business. It sounds like the beginning of a bad joke, but it’s actually the beginning of Bee’Tween Friends. Doneita Pappan, Sissy Kingsbury and Tracy Pingry are co-owners of the downtown...Read More
Arkansas City is home to many dedicated public servants, including its police force. “Our officers and department afford citizens many things that sometimes are taken for granted,” said City Manager Nick Hernandez. “They give us...Read More
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