The Arkansas City Public Library will be host to a “No School Movie Day” on Feb. 16. The movie will begin at 1 p.m. Attendees may bring their own drink with a lid. The title of the movie cannot be advertised, but those...Read More
Author: Jeni McGee
The Clash in Cowley County is coming to Arkansas City on Feb. 18. This mixed martial arts (MMA) event will be open to the public. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. Children 6 years old or younger are free. The doors...Read More
Being the spouse of a tech guy can have its advantages — but last week, one of the downfalls of his chosen career path found me in the form of a cold. There is a secondary kind of computer health that most information technology...Read More
Valentine’s Day is Feb. 14 and love is in the air. In the spirit of the season, Ark City Daily Bytes asked readers to share their own real-life love stories. Whether it was friendship, football or school that brought them...Read More
The Cowley County consolidated 911 dispatch center came under scrutiny during a January meeting of the City Commission of Arkansas City. After the meeting, Ark City Daily Bytes requested and inspected numerous emails, spinning...Read More
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