Questions about the large flagpole in the former Country Mart parking lot were raised during the Aug. 7 meeting of the City Commission of Arkansas City. “I’ve had several people ask me about the old flagpole at Country Mart,”...Read More
The City Commission of Arkansas City met March 29 for a study session at City Hall to discuss...Read More
South Central Kansas Medical Center personnel provided a financial update during a City Commission of Arkansas City meeting Nov. 7. SCKMC Chief Financial Officer Holly Harper was on hand to provide a look at some of the...Read More
More than 250 people gathered Oct. 24 at Wilson Park to witness the official unveiling of the newly renovated train engine. “Welcome to the Wilson Park train re-dedication and Arkalalah kickoff,” said Commissioner Duane...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
The City of Arkansas City’s 2017 Fall Cleanup Day event was a great success, city commissioners learned in a report during their meeting Tuesday night. An estimated 115 to 120 volunteers showed up Saturday morning at the Wilson...Read More
The City Commission of Arkansas City approved two items during its Oct. 3 meeting that will allow KanPak to move forward with a multi-million-dollar distribution warehouse facility in Goff Industrial Park. Both items were...Read More
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