The Arkansas City Soroptimist Club recently was given the Lucy Keller Dreams in Action Award for...Read More
Tag: Habitat for Humanity
The Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce presented Creekstone Farms Premium Beef with the November STAR Award on Nov. 29. Creekstone was honored for its ongoing delivery of excellent products with an international presence, as...Read More
Name: Tyler Yung Position you are running for: USD 470 Board of Education Family members (e.g. spouse, children, grandchildren): Married my high school sweetheart, Alysha, and have two boys, Oakley and Easton. How long have you...Read More
Habitat for Humanity in Arkansas City will hold its annual fundraiser next week — with a bit of a Latin twist. This year’s event will be May 5 at the V.J. Wilkins Family Center for the Arts at the Burford Theatre, located at 118...Read More
Arkansas City’s oldest civic organization turns 100 this year. The local Rotary Club is celebrating its centennial anniversary with a Mardi Gras-themed party at the historic Burford Theatre on Feb. 25. “That’s an astounding...Read More
The Grand Marshal for the 2016 Arkalalah Big Parade is local attorney Otis Morrow. Morrow has practiced law in Arkansas City for 44 years, after graduating from Washburn University in Topeka. He served as city attorney for the...Read More
Cowley County residents can contribute to the local United Way through a payroll deduction or give directly to the nonprofit organization by sending a check, made payable to CC United Way, to the Legacy Foundation. Any company...Read More
The Leyva family and a group of Arkansas City Habitat for Humanity volunteers on Aug. 28 celebrated the groundbreaking of a new Habitat house for the Leyvas. It will be the 16th house built by local Habitat for Humanity...Read More
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