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
The ninth annual Wings and Wheels Strother Field Fly-In and Car Show is just around the corner. The event honors Melvin Current, an air transport pilot certified flight instructor, and his contributions to the aviation industry....Read More
The Merc with the Mouth nearly missed the opportunity to have a self-titled Marvel movie — Fox only gave the film a budget of $58 million after fans begged, pleaded and, I’m sure, tried to bribe the movie into existence. While...Read More
Rep. Kasha Kelley, R-Arkansas City, officially filed for re-election June 1. “I like to file in person and knew I’d be in Topeka for (the) sine die (session),” Kelley said, explaining why she waited until the last day to file....Read More
Arkansas City High School graduate Nicolle Murphy continues to make big waves in the world of track. Murphy graduated from ACHS in 2013, after setting a state record for Class 5A schools. Her record javelin throw of 151 feet, 1...Read More
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