Anita Judd-Jenkins, R-Arkansas City, is our choice for Kansas House District 80. Anita is a common-sense legislator with integrity. She has worked hard to serve rural Kansas and the companies that employ the citizens in OUR...Read More
Name: Bill Rhiley Position you are running for: Kansas House of Representatives, District 80 How long have you lived in the district you wish to represent? I have lived in Kansas for 35 years, lived in the district for 14 years...Read More
Name: Anita Judd-Jenkins Position you are running for: Kansas House of Representatives, District 80 How long have you lived in the district you wish to represent? I have lived in Arkansas City since June 1976, in the same house...Read More
Dear voters, Writing in support of common sense is easy. Anita Judd-Jenkins has proven that she uses common sense to represent us in Topeka. More than one person has mentioned to me that since I am a “known Democrat,” I should...Read More
The Rhiley for Kansas campaign is in full support of President Donald J. Trump’s attempts to Make America Great Again. Rhiley supports the Income Tax reform legislation that reduced income taxes for all Americans. Rhiley...Read More
The Arkansas City and Winfield area chambers of commerce will be host to another legislative forum next week. Beginning at noon July 10, the public is invited to attend the forum at MidAmerican Credit Union, located at 1610 N....Read More
The race for the District 80 seat in the Kansas House of Representatives is shaping up to be competitive. The seat currently is held by freshman Rep. Anita Judd-Jenkins, R-Arkansas City, who won the seat in 2016. She filed to...Read More
WINFIELD — Women for Kansas-Cowley County (W4K-CC) will have its first meet-up of 2018 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Jan. 13 at the Winfield High School cafeteria, located at 300 Viking Blvd. Save Our Schools Cowley County is a...Read More
The Cowley College Board of Trustees voted Nov. 20 to publish notice of the vacancy on the board caused by Sid Regnier’s March 13 resignation. The notice of the vacated seat was printed Nov. 22 in the Cowley CourierTraveler —...Read More
Ark City Daily Bytes received two letters from citizens this week concerning the vacancy on the Cowley College Board of Trustees. This seat has been vacant since former trustee Sid Regnier resigned March 13 with more than two...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
Of 19,200 registered voters in Cowley County, 3,139 cast ballots in the Nov. 7 election — a fairly standard turnout (for local elections) of 16 percent. Those final numbers were part of the results released Nov. 13 after final...Read More
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