We are quickly approaching the season of fresh vegetables, as evident from the warm temperatures and green grass that is starting to poke up out of the ground. The Arkansas City Farm and Art Market starts later this month,...Read More
WINFIELD — The yearly “Uncork the Music” series at Wheat State Wine will begin this weekend with a performance from the Terry Quiett Band. The music series generally is held outdoors on the lawn of the winery, which is located...Read More
Angels in the Attic is well known for helping to feed those in need through its commodity programs and pantry. However, the nonprofit organization located at 109 S. Summit St. doesn’t do this on its own. With the help of local...Read More
WINFIELD — The Cowley County Humane Society’s annual fundraiser will be held Saturday night. This year, the theme is “Pawrabian Nights.” The wine tasting and benefit auction will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Baden Square, located at...Read More
Jack Dickson, pastor of Shepherd’s Grace Church, will share a Passover Seder supper with the congregation of the Arkansas City church. “The people of Shepherd’s Grace Church hope you will make this meal a part of your Holy Week...Read More
Local Boy Scouts Troop 328 will be host to a bean feed supper this month. From 5 to 7 p.m. March 15, beans and cornbread will be served by the Scouts. Tickets are on sale now and can be procured by calling (620) 441-8245. Adult...Read More
The annual pancake feed at Trinity Episcopal Church is scheduled for next week. All are invited to celebrate Fat Tuesday with the church. “You will get the yummiest breakfast for dinner — also known as ‘brinner’ — in Cowley...Read More
Like many people in America, my husband’s ancestors hail from a variety of countries. His maternal grandmother has some Hungarian forebears and her family has cooking traditions that spring from that. One such tradition is...Read More
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