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
Members of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 1254 have had a very busy week. On Monday, three post members presented certificates of appreciation and cooperation to four local middle schoolers. The middle school...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department has endeavored to strengthen its relationship with the citizens of Arkansas City as part of a larger public outreach effort. This effort can be seen not only in the department’s interaction...Read More
Several officers of the Arkansas City Police Department participated April 8 in the Thin Blue Line 5K in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The “thin blue line” is an internationally recognized symbol that commemorates fallen and shows...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department is stepping up its efforts to reach out to the youth of Ark City. In an attempt to bridge any gap between ACPD and the school district, officers have started eating lunch with local elementary...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department now has a Twitter account. Its name is “Arkansas City Police” and the handle is @ArkCity_Police. The ACPD twitter account will not be monitored 24-7 and should not be used in case of an...Read More
Beautification and parks have been on the minds of city officials lately, as evidenced by a pair of discussions at a City Commission meeting Sept. 6. The Beautification and Tree Advisory Board held a special meeting Aug. 29 and...Read More
Discussions about the uncertain financial standing of Spring Hill Golf Course continued Sept. 6 at a City Commission meeting. Clubhouse manager Cathy Vaughn and Dale Kuhn, treasurer for the Spring Hill Golf & Recreation...Read More
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