When a tornado tore through Eureka on June 26, it set into motion an emergency response team that...Read More
Arkansas City High School graduate Mitchell Wright is enjoying the lifestyle of a modern digital nomad. Wright currently is working for a worldwide company that employs fewer than 50 people and deals in software. Perhaps the...Read More
Christopher and Mitchell Gingher are well known to many in Arkansas City as young individuals who...Read More
Arkansas City native Layne Moore, author of “The Scaries” novels, is seeking support in his quest...Read More
Arkansas City High School band director Chris VanGilder does more than teach the youth of Ark City — he also conducts the summer community band. Because of the way the local school district has organized its music department,...Read More
Arkansas City High School graduate Dustin Avery and his family are working together on an entrepreneurial project called Eldo Ink. Avery and his wife, Brandy, have been working on the business since it opened in January 2017. “I...Read More
Services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault were temporarily unavailable in Cowley County after the collapse of Safe Homes. However, a new support system became available late last year in Cowley and Sumner...Read More
Cowley College has many programs that help high school students to transition to college. One in...Read More
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