The Arkansas City Police Department arrested two Arkansas City men Feb. 8 after a pair of...Read More
The Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) is partnering with the Cowley County Economic Development...Read More
The Optimists of Arkansas City have issued a call for entries in the 2018 Optimist International...Read More
The City of Arkansas City will close City Hall and other city offices at 1 p.m. Dec. 29 so that employees may attend the funeral of Marc Tapia in Winfield. City Hall and other city offices will remain closed all day Jan. 1,...Read More
The City of Arkansas City has released the name of the Public Works Department employee who died as a result of a workplace accident Dec. 21. Marc A. Tapia, 53, sustained critical injuries about 1:40 p.m. at the Public Works...Read More
A City of Arkansas City employee was injured fatally Dec. 21 in a workplace accident at the Public Works Department central shop. The employee was transported by ambulance to South Central Kansas Medical Center in critical...Read More
The City of Arkansas City will shift to a four-day sanitation schedule the next two weeks due to the closure of all city offices each of the next two Mondays. City Hall will be closed Dec. 25 for Christmas Day and Jan. 1, 2018,...Read More
The City of Arkansas City will shift to a three-day sanitation schedule next week due to the closure of all city offices Nov. 23-24 in observance of Thanksgiving. The Cowley County Landfill also will be closed Nov. 23 in...Read More
North 15th Street will resume being closed to through traffic from Radio Lane and Skyline Road starting Nov. 13, according to Public Works Director Eric Broce. During this road closure, through traffic on 15th Street will be...Read More
North 15th Street will be closed to through traffic between Radio Lane and Skyline Road starting Oct. 30, according to Public Works Director Eric Broce. During this road closure, through traffic on 15th Street will be detoured...Read More
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