Students in Cowley College’s Academic Civic Engagement through Service (ACES) and Cowley Activity Awareness Team (CAAT) programs, with the help of the Optimists of Arkansas City, will conduct a pulled pork benefit dinner Oct....Read More
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Arkansas City residents are invited to apply now to join a new city committee that will select the annual winner of the Joe B. Avery Community Spirit Award. The City Commission of Arkansas City voted 4-0 on Tuesday night to...Read More
Nathan Fry is attempting to earn his Eagle Scout rank and could become the first new Eagle Scout in Arkansas City in more than a decade. There are several requirements that he must complete in the last few months before his 18th...Read More
The Arkansas City Equal Opportunity and Accessibility Advisory Board met Jan. 5 to select its officers for 2017 and hear a legal presentation. Tammy Lanman-Henderson, who previously served as chair of the Human Relations...Read More
The Arkansas City Equal Opportunity and Accessibility Advisory Board met Dec. 15 at City Hall for the first time as a combined board. The board was formed from the remnants of the Accessibility Advisory Board, which had not met...Read More
Cowley College recently conducted its annual American Red Cross blood drive on Oct. 10 in the Earle N. Wright Community Room. The annual blood drive saw 33 people give 30 units of usable blood, according to figures released by...Read More
Students in Cowley College’s Academic Civic Engagement through Service (ACES) and Cowley Activity Awareness Team (CAAT) programs, with the help of the Optimists of Arkansas City, will conduct a pulled pork benefit dinner on Oct....Read More
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