Arkansas City Police Department Officer Matt Mayo has been recognized for his service to Arkansas City more than once this year. In addition to being recognized as Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1254’s Law Enforcement Officer of...Read More
One Arkansas City business is offering an ancestry DNA screening special for the upcoming holiday season. Testing Services Limited (TSL) is a homegrown company owned by Linda Boswell. Boswell, a former nurse of 25 years, opened...Read More
Cowley College was host to its fourth annual Cowley CARE Conference on Aug. 5 at the Brown Center. The conference consisted of nine presenters, one keynote presentation, lunch and vendor booths. Including licensed childcare...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department is investigating the death of a 2-month-old male child May 7 in Arkansas City, but there currently are no signs of foul play. The investigation is ongoing, but at this time there are no signs...Read More
The Arkansas City Fire-EMS Department is looking for a few good recruits. Due to attrition, ACFD has been understaffed for more than six months. Right now, the most pressing need is for more paramedics. “We’re having trouble...Read More
Editor’s note: This is the first part of a multi-part series. The Cowley County consolidated 911 dispatch center came under scrutiny during a recent meeting of the City Commission of Arkansas City. After the meeting, Ark City...Read More
The Arkansas City Fire-EMS Department currently is hiring firefighter-paramedics. Duties of this full-time position include protecting life and property by engaging directly in firefighting, emergency care, and fire prevention....Read More
A total of 62 area childcare providers and educators took part in the Cowley CARE Conference on Aug. 13 at Cowley College’s Webb-Brown Academic Center. The event featured a keynote speaker and breakout sessions. For the first...Read More
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