The 2018 Outdoor Family Movie Series will resume Sunday in Arkansas City with a family-friendly...Read More
From New York Times-bestselling author Lauren Willig comes this scandalous New York Gilded Age...Read More
The Cowley College Act One Drama Club held a benefit concert and silent auction on Jan. 20. The...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
David Cassidy — actor, musician, and heartthrob of the ’70s — died Nov. 21, 2017, at the age of 67 from organ failure due to dementia, after being put into a medically induced coma. He was diagnosed with dementia roughly three...Read More
KanPak U.S., a leading supplier of beverages and desserts using aseptic processing technology, recently announced the development of a new 200,000-square-foot warehouse and distribution facility in Goff Industrial Park in north...Read More
Braydee Holmes has immersed herself in many activities at Cowley College. Now the sophomore mass communications major will add to her busy schedule by being one of five finalists for Queen Alalah LXXXVI. Coronation is set for...Read More
Already well-versed in the natural healing properties of herbs and oils, Jennie Pickett longs to become a doctor. But the Oregon frontier of the 1870s doesn’t approve of such innovations as women attending medical school. To...Read More
The Tallgrass Film Festival will present “Service to Man” on Sunday at the V.J. Wilkins Family Center for the Arts at the Burford Theatre. The film will be shown at 2 p.m. Tickets are $5 each. Inspired by a true story, “Service...Read More
Class rings are a longstanding tradition for high school students. This tradition is thought to have begun in the 1800s at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York. Each year, high school students purchase their own...Read More
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