Starting Jan. 12, the City of Arkansas City will place stop signs at five uncontrolled intersections in northern Ark City. East-west traffic will be required to stop there. The move is intended to reduce the frequency and...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department is investigating an apparently accidental shooting Aug. 28 that left an Arkansas City woman wounded in her upper left leg. The 25-year-old female was transported to South Central Kansas...Read More
The North Summit Street improvement and water line replacement project is ready to resume for the spring, according to Public Works Director Eric Broce. The contractor, Cornejo and Sons LLC, will resume work Feb. 27 on Summit...Read More
The North Summit Street road improvement and water line replacement project is beginning to wind down for the winter, according to Public Works Director Eric Broce. With the onset of colder weather, further concrete pouring must...Read More
The recipient of the Yard of the Season Award for this week is this home at 418 E. Cedar Ave., which is owned by Gary and Judy Crabtree. The weekly award is given by the Arkansas City Beautification and Tree Advisory Board to a...Read More
The Arkansas City Beautification and Tree Advisory Board voted 3-0 last month to approve an Arkansas City High School senior’s service project contest. ACHS student Hannah McNulty asked the board for permission to paint six...Read More
The West Radio Lane asphalt overlay project will be finished by the end of Oct. 31 and construction preparations are complete for the Arkalalah Festival. The final striping on Radio Lane will be finished Oct. 31. The contractor...Read More
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