The Arkansas City Soroptimist Club recently was given the Lucy Keller Dreams in Action Award for...Read More
The race for the District 80 seat in the Kansas House of Representatives is shaping up to be competitive. The seat currently is held by freshman Rep. Anita Judd-Jenkins, R-Arkansas City, who won the seat in 2016. She filed to...Read More
A new alliance of clubs and civic organizations is being formed in Cowley County by the Arkansas City and Winfield area chambers of commerce. The Cowley County Service Alliance will hold its first meeting starting at 5:30 p.m....Read More
The Arkansas City Rotary Club recently wrote a grant to purchase $3,000 in STEAM literature for the Arkansas City Middle School library. STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics. Rotary President...Read More
Name: Lance Niles Position you are running for: USD 470 Board of Education (BOE) Family members (e.g. spouse, children, grandchildren): Tamara Niles, spouse; children — Natalie Niles, eighth-grader at Arkansas City Middle...Read More
Sarah McNay, events coordinator for the Alzheimer’s Association Central and Western Kansas Chapter, addressed the Arkansas City Rotary Club on May 8. She discussed the disease, explained the association’s purpose and urged club...Read More
The Fourth of July fireworks are back on for 2017, thanks to the efforts of the Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce, the Arkansas City Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB), and the City of Arkansas City, as well as the...Read More
Anita Judd-Jenkins is the newest member of the Arkansas City Rotary Club, but this is not her first go-round with Rotary. Judd-Jenkins, who was inducted into the club April 24, actually served as president of the organization in...Read More
Cowley County Sheriff Dave Falletti spoke to the Arkansas City Rotary Club on Monday/March 13. Falletti was elected last year and sworn in Jan. 9. The former Kansas Bureau of Investigation agent said he plans several changes at...Read More
Arkansas City’s oldest civic organization turns 100 this year. The local Rotary Club is celebrating its centennial anniversary with a Mardi Gras-themed party at the historic Burford Theatre on Feb. 25. “That’s an astounding...Read More
Deb Daniels, of Sunflower Shrimp, spoke to the Arkansas City Rotary Club on Jan. 23 about her new business that opened last year near Oxford during the Independence Day weekend. Sunflower Shrimp is a saltwater shrimp farm that...Read More
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