Arkansas City’s Relay for Life and cancer survivors dinner are set to take place at the end of...Read More
Creekstone Farms Premium Beef has notified the Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce of a recent scam using Creekstone’s name. “I have been alerted that a phone scam is utilizing Creekstone’s name in an attempt to gather your...Read More
The Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce presented Creekstone Farms Premium Beef with the November STAR Award on Nov. 29. Creekstone was honored for its ongoing delivery of excellent products with an international presence, as...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
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
The Cowley County job fairs are approaching rapidly. The first job fair will be from 9 a.m. to noon March 1 at the Winfield High School auxiliary gym, located at 300 Viking Blvd. The Arkansas City job fair will be from 3 to 5...Read More
The City Commission of Arkansas City unanimously passed a resolution Dec. 6 to amend the comprehensive fee schedule. The decision to do so was not reached quickly, however, due to an ongoing attempt to negotiate increased water...Read More
Creekstone Farms Premium Beef is offering holiday meats this season, but shoppers will have to order soon because there are limited supplies. The meatpacking plant is offering tenderloin and prime rib roasts, as well as Duroc...Read More
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