Tag: D Street
Two local bank open houses and another appearance by Santa Claus highlight a variety of Christmas-themed events next week. Many of these events were announced recently by various local businesses and nonprofit organizations. The...Read More
The City Commission of Arkansas City voted 4-0 on Sept. 5 to declare several structures in Arkansas City as unsafe and dangerous. The structures all are in a state of disrepair. Many need work to the foundation or roof, or mold...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department has arrested five people on drug and theft charges in connection with a case that stemmed from a pair of forged checks. Daniel Anthony Clark, 32, was arrested on suspicion of felony possession...Read More
This week is National Mental Illness Awareness Week. The first week of October has been designated as Mental Illness Awareness Week since 1990, when Congress established its observance. The National Alliance on Mental Illness...Read More
The City Commission of Arkansas City on Sept. 6 approved a $48,356 grant for Arkansas City Fire-EMS Department (ACFD) equipment purchases. The grant, which was awarded through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, is part of...Read More
The recipient of the Yard of the Season Award for this week is this home at 618 South D St., which is owned by Gary and Caroline Bruce. The weekly award is given by the Arkansas City Beautification and Tree Advisory Board to a...Read More
The Arkansas City Fire-EMS Department, located at 115 South D St., is one of the quietest buildings in Arkansas City. The heaviest traffic near to the building comes from the adjacent BNSF Railroad. However, the structure also...Read More
Arkansas City Police Department Officers and the Cowley County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1617 N. Summit St. for a report of a wanted man staying at America’s Best Value Inn. Felipe Enriquez Cabrales Jr., 27, of Arkansas...Read More
Cowley County Sheriff’s Office Deputies checked a vehicle in the 23000 block of U.S. 77. Deputies transported a person from South Central Kansas Medical Center to the Larned State Hospital. Deputies were dispatched to the...Read More
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