The Cowley College Board of Trustees is examining a trustee handbook at the request of Board Chair Bob Juden and Cowley College President Dennis Rittle. While the trustees took no action regarding the handbook during their...Read More
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Arkansas City native Darren Daulton died Aug. 6 at the age of 55. Daulton, a former Major League Baseball player, arguably was one of Ark City’s greatest athletes. He was drafted by the Philadephia Phillies in 1980 and played...Read More
Click here to purchase. About the Book Book title: The Girl Who Could See Author: Kara Swanson Release date: June 1, 2017 Genre: Science Fiction/Urban Fantasy/Young Adult All her life Fern has been told she is blind to reality —...Read More
My mother and I had a family tradition when I was growing up. Whenever it looked like it was going to storm, we’d pull out our copy of “Twister” and watch the film as the rain rolled in. Bill Paxton — who, along with Helen Hunt,...Read More
I was born like this, I had no choice I was born with the gift of a golden voice And twenty-seven angels from the Great Beyond They tied me to this table right here In the Tower of Song — “Tower of Song” (1988) Leonard Cohen...Read More
Arkansas City native Michael Sturd is following his dreams — right to the stage at Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita. Sturd, who graduated from Arkansas City High School in 2007, will perform with RaeLynn — and opening for country...Read More
If you combine the magic of “Goodnight Moon” with the adventure of “Where the Wild Things Are,” you will get Ed Vere’s “Max at Night.” This is a delightful story about a cat who can’t find the moon when it’s time to say...Read More
With more than 35 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, Al Şehsuvaroğlu is equally at home in North America, Europe, the Middle East, Central Asia and Africa. The former nuclear engineering graduate-turned-global...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department once again will host its annual summer DARE camp. The camp will be Aug. 8-12 at Camp Horizon, east of Arkansas City, according to a press release from ACPD. USD 470 students entering the sixth...Read More
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