Kelly Dillner, an advertising representative at 1025 The River in downtown Arkansas City, is...Read More
Two months ago, my family and I laid my father, Paul Decker, to rest after he unexpectedly died of advanced pancreatic cancer on Nov. 13, 2017 — three days after his diagnosis. The holidays were obviously different for our...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 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 Cowley College Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Dec. 11 to approve the addition of men’s and women’s bowling teams at the Cowley College Mulvane Center in the fall of 2018. Cowley College athletic director Shane Larson...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department will join many other police agencies across the state, including the Kansas Highway Patrol, in the Kansas Thanksgiving Traffic Enforcement Campaign, from today through Nov. 26. A grant from...Read More
Cowley County Humane Society (CCHS) is having a New Year’s adoption special for both cats and dogs. Each dog adoption will be $20.17 with a donation of new or used bedding — including towels, bed sheets or anything else a dog...Read More
City Hall, located at 118 W. Central Ave., and other City of Arkansas City offices will be closed Dec. 26 and Jan. 2, 2017, in observance of Christmas and New Year’s Day, respectively. Sanitation will be on a four-day schedule...Read More
The City of Arkansas City’s Public Services Division and the Cowley County Landfill will be closed Dec. 26 and Jan. 2, 2017, in observance of Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, respectively. Arkansas City sanitation crews will...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department will join many other police agencies across the state, including the Kansas Highway Patrol, in the Kansas Thanksgiving Traffic Enforcement Campaign, from Nov. 21 through Nov. 28. A grant from...Read More
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