Tag: City Hall
The Arkansas City Soroptimist Club recently was given the Lucy Keller Dreams in Action Award for...Read More
The Arkansas City Historic Preservation Board will hold a public hearing May 21 at the Arkansas...Read More
The City of Arkansas City is gathering citizen input on possible future projects and will form a...Read More
The City of Arkansas City will close City Hall and other city offices at 1 p.m. Dec. 29 so that employees may attend the funeral of Marc Tapia in Winfield. City Hall and other city offices will remain closed all day Jan. 1,...Read More
The City of Arkansas City will shift to a four-day sanitation schedule the next two weeks due to the closure of all city offices each of the next two Mondays. City Hall will be closed Dec. 25 for Christmas Day and Jan. 1, 2018,...Read More
The City Commission of Arkansas City recognized several people during its Dec. 5 commission meeting. The first was Robert Courtland, a Winfield resident who owns property in Arkansas City. He was given a Good Neighbor...Read More
There are many entertaining holiday events planned this weekend in Arkansas City, starting with the Cherokee Strip Players’ interactive play “Trouble in Tumbleweed.” The production, which debuted Nov. 30, will have its final...Read More
One of the hardest workers in preparing for Arkalalah each year received an early birthday present Oct. 23. Tony Tapia was named the grand marshal of the 86th Arkalalah Festival, following a meeting of the Arkalalah Executive...Read More
The City of Arkansas City will be host to a special Arkalalah kickoff event that features a train unveiling and re-dedication Oct. 24 at Wilson Park. The first step in the Wilson Park Master Plan, the restoration of the park’s...Read More
The South Central Kansas Medical Center Board of Trustees voted 7-0 on Oct. 19 to move forward with a plan that could revolutionize the way people in Cowley County access medical care. This plan involves partnering with Revere...Read More
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