As is the way of fostering, the turnaround from one foster dog to the next can be unpredictable....Read More
Mayor Dan Jurkovich might not be an Ark Citian by birth, but his dedication to his adopted town is evident from his time on the City Commission of Arkansas City. His business acumen has served him well while dealing with the...Read More
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, a nationally recognized effort to bring awareness to suicide and depression. Arkansas City native Nate Lind recently spoke at Harvard University regarding suicide and the...Read More
Creekstone Farms Premium Beef has been purchased by Japanese trading house Marubeni Corp., according to Cattlenetwork.com. The deal reportedly is worth approximately $170 million, including liabilities. Japan-based Marubeni also...Read More
[wzslider] Astrid is a 9-month-old female Australian cattle dog who loves being around people. She has a docile personality and can get along with other dogs. Astrid needs some training and a loving home. Being at the shelter...Read More
A local Arkansas City resident can rest more easily now, thanks to a reunion with her four-legged friend, Tucker. Tucker is a Blue Heeler Australian shepherd that went missing Dec. 3 His owner, Kylee Scobee, used social media to...Read More
There are several Veterans Day events taking place this year, starting Nov. 9. The C-4 Elementary School Veterans Day program will begin with a reception at 2 p.m. Families are welcome to attend the program. Dustin Schuetz, Josh...Read More
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