Arkansas City Police Department Officer Matt Mayo has been recognized for his service to Arkansas City more than once this year. In addition to being recognized as Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1254’s Law Enforcement Officer of...Read More
Arkansas City Police Department officers were at Arkansas City High School on Sept. 28 to lead teachers through a series of armed intruder drills. The drills served as a refresher to the ALICE training provided by the police...Read More
The City Commission of Arkansas City did some restructuring during its Sept. 19 meeting as Commissioner Dan Jurkovich was voted in as the new mayor. Jurkovich had several members of his family, as well as players on the...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department has begun efforts to re-establish Neighborhood Watch chapters across the city. There currently are no formal Neighborhood Watch groups in existence in Ark City, although the program was...Read More
The fifth annual Cowley County Battle of the Badges will take place Aug. 19. The event will be from 2 to 6 p.m. at Cowley College’s W.S. Scott Auditorium, located at 200 W. Fifth Ave. The Battle of the Badges is an annual...Read More
Arkansas City residents Josh and Paisley Howerton were honored at Tuesday night’s City Commission meeting. The Howertons, along with their two young daughters, have been spending time this year in local parks, picking up trash...Read More
Starting next week, the Arkansas City Police Department will join other law enforcement agencies in Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma in aggressively enforcing seat belt usage and other traffic safety laws as part of a traffic...Read More
The Cowley County consolidated 911 dispatch center came under scrutiny during a recent meeting of the City Commission of Arkansas City. After the meeting, Ark City Daily Bytes requested and inspected numerous emails, spinning...Read More
A recent rash of thefts in Wichita serves as a cautionary tale for Arkansas City residents as Wichitans become victims of theft after being visited by alleged vacuum salespeople. The Wichita Eagle reports the suspects usually...Read More
WINFIELD — A new 5K run Nov. 5 in Winfield will celebrate police officers who put their lives on the line to serve local communities. The Officers Down 5K and Community Day event, which will start at 7:45 a.m., also will honor...Read More
There have been many recent reports nationwide about attacks by people dressed as clowns on citizens, and vice versa. Due to concerns surrounding these attacks, there was an extra police presence at Arkansas City High School and...Read More
KSHA Connection, the newsletter of the Kansas Speech-Language-Hearing Association, recently featured Dr. April McCaslin in its monthly “spotlight.” McCaslin, who lives in Arkansas City and is married to Arkansas City Police...Read More
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