In a case that could have local implications, The Wichita Eagle recently filed a lawsuit against the City of Wichita that claims the city violated the Kansas Open Records Act (KORA). The lawsuit contests that the city violated...Read More
The Kansas Open Records Act (KORA) ensures that everyday citizens can gain access to most documents created by public agencies. This law not only establishes the procedure public agencies must follow when open records are...Read More
The Arkansas City Building Trades Advisory Board on Jan. 19 discussed possibly creating a new Class D license for local tree trimming contractors. This is the same class of license given to “handymen” and other types of...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 Planning Commission held its annual reorganization meeting Aug. 23 in the commission room at City Hall, 118 W. Central Ave. The meeting was a little more complicated than normal, thanks to the recent decision...Read More
The Cowley College Board of Trustees is set to hold a special meeting at 3 p.m. July 12 in the college’s McAtee Dining Center. The trustees will go into executive session to interview potential candidates to fill the vacant...Read More
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