The Ministerial Alliance would like to formally recognize and publicly thank the brave men and women who work in law enforcement and public safety in our city and Cowley County. As we have worked in our county, we have...Read More
Author: Jeni McGee
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is holding a fundraiser — the proceeds of which will benefit those in need in the Arkansas City area. The nonprofit Catholic organization focuses on spirituality, fellowship and works of...Read More
This recipe for marble fudge has been kicked around in my family for years, but I am not entirely sure where it originated. I remember my grandfather making it every Christmas season for years. Every time he and my grandmother...Read More
I write this letter to you on March 1, right in the middle of our “Turnaround” break. Turnaround is the midpoint of the session — where bills that were introduced in one chamber must pass out of that chamber in order to be...Read More
The National Weather Service (NWS) in Wichita says an extreme grassland fire danger is expected today, with strong winds predicted across the region. Outdoor burning is highly discouraged. Severe thunderstorms also are possible...Read More
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