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 Cowley College Board of Trustees is examining a trustee handbook at the request of Board Chair Bob Juden and Cowley College President Dennis Rittle. While the trustees took no action regarding the handbook during their...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department is asking for any information anyone might have in connection with an early morning burglary at a local drugstore. Three male suspects were observed on video during the burglary. They left the...Read More
The Arkansas City Area Arts Council is planning a day trip next week to the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. The Ark City Arts trip will leave from the Cowley College’s Brown Center at 8 a.m. July 31. The museum, which is...Read More
EMS Director Jeri Smith, of the Arkansas City Fire-EMS Department, was named the Region IV regional education coordinator by the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT), which recently announced...Read More
Country music artist Mike Warehime will perform at 7 p.m. June 10 at Steamy Joe, 216 W. Central Ave., in Arkansas City. He has pitched songs to such artists as Tracy Byrd, Mark Chestnutt, Buddy Jewell, George Strait, Clay...Read More
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