We’ve been watching. We’ve remained quiet. Now it’s time to speak out. The City of Arkansas City...Read More
I would like to request that the Cowley College Board of Trustees revisit bowling as a sport at...Read More
At the end of the December Cowley County Community College board meeting, a motion was made to change the college name to Cowley College. As usual, the subject was not on the agenda, no support was provided for the change and...Read More
In a case that could have local implications, The Wichita Eagle recently filed a lawsuit against the City of Wichita that claims the city violated the Kansas Open Records Act (KORA). The lawsuit contests that the city violated...Read More
As the final leaves drift from the lonely branches of bare trees, we give thanks for another bountiful year and engage in the holiday bustle. I often hear stories of hateful attitudes and unpleasant people who fill local stores...Read More
The Cowley College Board of Trustees raised a lot of questions earlier this week when they appointed Nancy Burger, of Winfield, to fill Sid Regnier’s vacant seat in a unanimous vote on Dec. 11. While Burger has a background in...Read More
The ancient people of Israel escaped their Egyptian slave masters for freedom. As they exited Egypt, Moses their leader, often spent time with God, seeking Him for guidance in governing the people. One time, he was alone with...Read More
To Whom It May Concern: I live a little over a mile north of the proposed chemical testing site (at Chilocco Indian School) and I’d like to share my thoughts. First of all, I actually think that such testing is probably a good...Read More
After careful consideration of the captioned subject, I conclude that your plan to simulate a chemical attack on the premises of Chilocco Indian School is ill-conceived. The communities of Arkansas City, KS and Newkirk, OK are...Read More
The votes are in, the citizens of Cowley County have spoken and now it is time for the Cowley College Board of Trustees to act. We re-elected three incumbents — Ned Graham, Bob Juden and Brian Sanderholm — to the board, and...Read More
We all know that Jay Warren is a huge supporter of everything positive for Ark City. We see him at all the fundraisers — he’s the cook most of the time — and of course he supports Ark City organizations financially, as well....Read More
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