Breast cancer is is the second most common cancer in women, according to the National Cancer Institute. It can occur in men, too, but that is more rare. Each year, there are about 100 times more new cases of breast cancer in...Read More
Tag: Amelia Doyle
Living with firearms in a home can be dangerous if you don’t know how to be responsible with them. In Kansas, laws have been passed that allow a person to carry concealed in many places, including public buildings, churches and...Read More
Kansas weather can be unpredictable and there is no telling the damage that it is capable of. If an earthquake, severe thunderstorm or tornado strikes, will you be prepared? The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has...Read More
McDonald’s Sewing and Vacuum has received new fabric for those who want to quilt or pursue any other kind of sewing project. “We just got our first shipment in last (month),” said owner Patrick McDonald. He said he always wanted...Read More
K’ an D’ Pharmacy is a local business that began in 2008. It is owned and run by Daren and Kechia Reese, who both were born and raised here in Arkansas City. The Reeses began their own business because they thought Ark City...Read More
WB Meats is a local family business, owned by Mike Webb and Kelly Borror, that is centered on strong values with a desire to bring old-fashioned meat to Arkansas City and the areas around it. Opening a business was something...Read More
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