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
The Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce will offer a Noon Networking Luncheon from noon to 1 p.m. Jan. 23 in the MidAmerican Credit Union hospitality room. This event, “Website Importance in Today’s Digital Marketplace,” is...Read More
I was a fan of Reading Rainbow from the very beginning — at least, from the time I could remember. The show actually started three years before I was born, but I remember watching Reading Rainbow at the same developmental stage...Read More
In this installment of Shutterbug 2.0, let’s talk about shutter speed. When it comes right down to it, shutter speed simply is the amount of time that light is allowed in to reach a camera’s sensor. Really, you can think of it...Read More
MULVANE — The Mulvane Beta Phi Upsilon (BPU) chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society was host to its first-ever Cowley College Swing for the Stars Charity Golf Tournament on Sept. 23 at Hidden Lakes Golf Course in Derby....Read More
Once upon a time, I used to be a shutterbug. In fact, I actually went to school to study photography. I wanted to be the next Ansel Adams or the Nick Brandt of America. But like a lot of artistic people, “real life” — otherwise...Read More
WINFIELD — The 36th annual K&O Steam and Gas Engine Show is coming to Winfield on Aug. 18-20. This show features track tractors and stationary engines, with live entertainment and exhibitions during the weekend. The...Read More
The Cowley County Sheriff’s Office is providing a new, free service to notify crime victims of offender custody status changes. The Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) system, developed by Appriss, provides...Read More
Yet another Facebook hacker scare appeared on the popular social media site last week. But instead of dwelling on who “Jayden K. Smith” is or on the messages that continue to appear on Facebook, I’d like to focus on how to keep...Read More
Buying electronics secondhand long has held a stigma that many electronics users aren’t quite ready to move beyond. There’s no denying that being the first one to use a piece of technology can be satisfying. Even I have some...Read More
Summer is in full swing and children of all ages likely are spending more time indoors since temperatures have risen. But what are they doing while Mom and Dad are away from home? Screen time affects brain patterns similar to...Read More
The 2017 Amateur Radio Field Day will start at noon June 24. The event will last into June 25. The ham radio open house is held every June in Cowley County. At the same time, an estimated 40,000 hams nationwide set up temporary...Read More
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