Jordan Day is glad she made the decision to stay close to home and attend Cowley College instead of a four-year school. The decision has paid off with Day having been named one of five finalists for Queen Alalah LXXXVI....Read More
The fire science departments at Butler Community College and Cowley College are joining forces to help firefighting students. The colleges have signed an agreement that provides Cowley College students with the ability to...Read More
WINFIELD — With fall semester classes under way at Cowley College’s Allied Health Center, students at the college might experience a double take when walking to their class because the facility recently received new carpet, as...Read More
Several Arkansas City Middle School students were given the opportunity to see Arkansas City from an entirely new perspective this week. Twelve seventh-graders spent time visiting several of the City of Arkansas City’s...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
The City Commission of Arkansas City heard updates Jan. 17 regarding a dangerous structure at 617 S. Fourth St., which was deemed unsafe during the Jan. 3 commission meeting. The owner of the property is Brett Martin, who was...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
Two Arkansas City Fire-EMS Department employees received awards this week from Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1254. Post Commander Charlie Cravens presented the awards to both ACFD Capt. Ken Corcran and Firefighter-EMT Tanner...Read More
The Student Services Department at Cowley College has awarded scholarships to the following area high school seniors: Arkansas City Christian Academy Andrew Potter, son of Kelli Potter, is the recipient of a Derek Burroughs...Read More
Allied Health Department chair Chris Cannon and other Cowley College employees will join Harold Arnett, vice president for academic affairs, in hosting a chamber coffee at 10 a.m. Thursday/Sept. 22 at the Winfield Area Chamber...Read More
Cowley College’s Allied Health Center in Winfield is offering some exciting fall classes. Cowley has teamed with area fire departments to offer a Fire Science certificate program that will help to meet their employment needs....Read More
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