WINFIELD — The Cowley County Health and Safety Fair will be held this weekend at Winfield High School. The event will be from 9 a.m. to noon April 14 in the high school gymnasium, located at 300 Viking Blvd. It will culminate in...Read More
The five candidates for Queen Alalah shared the stage Oct. 27 in rhinestone-clad evening wear as this year’s queen was named. When the voting was done, Kyrstyn Kinzie donned the crown of Queen Alalah LXXXVI during the Coronation...Read More
After her sister and aunt took the stage at previous Arkalalah coronations, Cowley College sophomore Kyrstyn Kinzie now will have her turn in the spotlight after she was named one of five finalists for Queen Alalah LXXXVI....Read More
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, a nationally recognized effort to bring awareness to suicide and depression. Arkansas City native Nate Lind recently spoke at Harvard University regarding suicide and the...Read More
Ark City Police Department officers and staff spent several days this week at DARE Camp, teaching middle schoolers about drugs, alcohol and bullying. School Resource Officer Chase Hobart, who is assigned to Arkansas City Middle...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
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
Cowley County Sheriff’s Office Deputies were dispatched to Campground No. 4 at Winfield City Lake for a report of a possible disturbance. They contacted several parties and told them to keep the noise down. Deputies were...Read More
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