WINFIELD — In celebration of the 99th Campus Players season, the Southwestern College theater department will present “The Fourposter” at 8 p.m. Oct. 28 in the Richardson Performing Arts Center. Written by Jan de Hartog in 1951,...Read More
After growing up around Cowley College, Brylee Burroughs will fulfill a dream when she takes the stage as one of five finalists for Queen Alalah LXXXVI. Coronation is set for 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27 in the college’s Robert Brown...Read More
A replacement for former Cowley College trustee Sid Regnier has not yet been named, nor will a new trustee be appointed before the completion of the fall elections. Regnier resigned his post March 13, 2017, with more than two...Read More
WINFIELD — The 28th — and final — Kansas Sampler Festival will be Saturday and Sunday in Winfield’s Island Park. Festival hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $5 for adults...Read More
Four local elected officials gathered March 3 at Sirloin Stockade in Arkansas City to participate in a public forum. Attendees passed in questions written on index cards for the officials to answer. Medicaid expansion, tax bills...Read More
MULVANE — The Beta Phi Upsilon chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society was host to its chartering and first induction ceremony Dec. 11 at Cowley College in Mulvane. The event was a spectacular success, with a small brass...Read More
A pair of former Cowley College students have returned to teach in the school’s music department. David Smith was hired recently as the director of vocal music, and will teach music theory and applied voice, while Evan Ricker...Read More
The City of Arkansas City was notified Aug. 10 by the Kansas Department of Revenue that implementation of the one-cent, 10-year SCKMC Sales Tax, approved by Arkansas City voters by an 4-to-1 margin on May 24, would be in...Read More
Arkansas City has been named No. 8 among most affordable cities in Kansas to live in, according to www.smartasset.com. “There’s a lot more to home affordability than the price a home buyer agrees to pay the seller. To find the...Read More
“A Cent Makes Sense” is the message that South Central Kansas Medical Center officials spread during a series of recent town hall meetings. SCKMC chief operations officer Clayton Pappan spoke May 9 to a group of nearly 20 at...Read More
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