The City Commission of Arkansas City toured a new fire truck, said goodbye to a police canine and...Read More
Questions about the large flagpole in the former Country Mart parking lot were raised during the Aug. 7 meeting of the City Commission of Arkansas City. “I’ve had several people ask me about the old flagpole at Country Mart,”...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department is seeking information about the whereabouts of an Arkansas...Read More
WINFIELD — The Cowley County Health and Safety Fair will be held this weekend at Winfield High School. The event will be from 9 a.m. to noon April 14 in the high school gymnasium, located at 300 Viking Blvd. It will culminate in...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department arrested two Arkansas City residents Feb. 17 in connection...Read More
January has been designated Blood Donation Awareness Month because it is the month when blood donations are at their yearly lows. The blood shortages happen every year during cold and flu season. But donations remain vitally...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department arrested two people Dec. 23 in connection with a theft at a local store during which one suspect resisted arrest. Kevin Charles Fell, 44, of Wichita, was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor...Read More
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