Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor’s “Art Is Ageless” program currently is seeking art entries for its 2017 exhibit. The exhibit is open to all artists 65 years old or older, whether they be amateur or professional. The deadline...Read More
Author: Jeni McGee
A new year, another new iPhone. Nearly every year since 2007, Apple has released a brand-new phone — full of brand-new options and fancy new “toys.” The iPhone 8 still is being developed, but rumor has it there will be...Read More
My great-grandmother raised a family with three children during the Great Depression. Those financially dire times made it necessary to cook more hearty recipes in order to keep the family fed. This banana bread recipe is one of...Read More
City Manager Nick Hernandez announced a possible addition to this year’s citywide Spring Cleanup Week in Arkansas City during the Feb. 21 City Commission meeting. Traditionally, Spring Cleanup Week brings extra trash out to the...Read More
Last December, local art teacher Danice Sweet was diagnosed with macular edema due to diabetic retinopathy. “The retinologist explained it to me like this: Because of diabetic retinopathy, the eye starts compensating by growing...Read More
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