Bobbie and Anna Eastman are on the road to recovery following a devastating accident Nov. 5 in Centerton, Arkansas. The Arkansas City couple were on their way back from a weekend trip to Eureka Springs, Arkansas, when a truck...Read More
The 2017 Arkalalah Big Parade lineup is: Color Guard — American Legion Sons of the American Legion American Legion Riders Arkansas City Police Department Arkansas City Fire-EMS Department Grand Marshal — Tony Tapia Arkansas City...Read More
The SCKMC Landrush planning committee is looking for volunteers to assist with the Aug. 26 fundraiser. Additional help is needed in the form of “obstacle observers” — teams of two who oversee one of the 12 obstacles to ensure...Read More
Staff Report The following is a numerical listing of all of the entries in the 2016 Arkalalah Big Parade on Oct. 29 in downtown Arkansas City: American Legion Color Guard Sons of the American Legion American Legion Riders...Read More
With dozens of runners preregistered, the SCKMC Landrush is almost ready for some “fun in the mud.” The 5K, 12-obstacle event will take place Aug. 27 at Patterson Park in Arkansas City, across the street from South Central...Read More
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