A large crowd of Cowley College donors were treated to a night of dinner and music at the annual Cowley College Foundation banquet Nov. 9 in the Earle N. Wright Community Room. The event had generous support from CPA Solutions...Read More
Tag: Bill Docking
Cowley College likely will vote soon on its new firearms policy. Because of recent changes to Kansas statutes where firearms are concerned, concealed carry without licensing is now legal in the state. Part of those changes also...Read More
A total of 246 students participated in Cowley College’s 93rd Commencement exercises May 13 inside W.S. Scott Auditorium. Along with the conferring of degrees, Bill Docking, chairman of Union State Bank in Arkansas City and City...Read More
WINFIELD — Best-selling author and CNN analyst Jeffrey Toobin will present the 2017 Docking Lecture at 11 a.m. March 2 on the campus of Southwestern College. The Docking Lecture Series is sponsored by Union State Bank. The...Read More
Bill Docking, chairman of the Union State Bank Board of Directors, and Cory Helmer, Union State Bank market president for Winfield and Udall, recently presented a check to Southwestern College President Brad Andrews for the...Read More
Eric Kurtz, chief executive officer of Union State Bank, recently announced the election of Renee Price to the USB Board of Directors. “Renee is a highly respected small business owner who is extremely active within the Ark City...Read More
Many of the buildings in downtown Arkansas City have been through changes and many serve different purposes than their founders intended for them. The Union State Bank building, located at 127 S. Summit St., does not follow the...Read More
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