North 15th Street will resume being closed to through traffic from Radio Lane and Skyline Road starting Nov. 13, according to Public Works Director Eric Broce. During this road closure, through traffic on 15th Street will be...Read More
North 15th Street will be closed to through traffic between Radio Lane and Skyline Road starting Oct. 30, according to Public Works Director Eric Broce. During this road closure, through traffic on 15th Street will be detoured...Read More
Asphalt overlay is ongoing this week on West Radio Lane and is set to conclude by the middle of next week, just in time for the Arkalalah Festival. The planned schedule of remaining work is as follows: Oct. 21 — asphalt overlay...Read More
Asphalt milling is set to begin this week on West Radio Lane, starting at 15th Street and progressing east toward Fourth Street by the end of the week. Contractor delays during the weekend have pushed back slightly the schedule...Read More
Preliminary work has begun on a replacement water line near North Summit Street and more extensive road work is set to begin shortly in Arkansas City. The City Commission of Arkansas City voted unanimously on Aug. 2 to approve a...Read More
Cowley County Sheriff’s Office Deputies were dispatched to the 11000 block of 132nd Road for a report of cattle on the roadway. Deputies were dispatched to the 5000 block of K-15 for a report of a reckless driver in a...Read More
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