Taking flight from their quiet Pennsylvania town seems like the only way for Tori Boyd to protect...Read More
Best-selling novelist Suzanne Woods Fisher returns to her Amish Beginnings series in The Return. Fisher treks underutilized territory as this novel centers around a young Amish woman who is kidnapped by Native Americans in a...Read More
Arkansas City native Darren Daulton died Aug. 6 at the age of 55. Daulton, a former Major League Baseball player, arguably was one of Ark City’s greatest athletes. He was drafted by the Philadephia Phillies in 1980 and played...Read More
Hurshal Clark visited an old friend at an archaeological dig site May 31 in the northeastern Arkansas City area. As a recently expanded group of archaeology field students searched for more artifacts from the ancient Native...Read More
Representatives from Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments were in Arkansas City on Feb. 7 to film, measure and photograph a historic fire engine. The visit was part of an almost two-year-long process to turn the Arkansas City Fire-EMS...Read More
Not happy with the finish of last season’s men’s track and field team, Cowley College head coach Mark Phillips is excited about the possibilities of this year’s squad as it prepares to open the season Jan. 6 at the Kansas...Read More
Defying pollsters, expectations and conventional political wisdom, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump sailed to victory Nov. 8 with a projected minimum of 274 electoral votes, according to multiple news outlets. In a...Read More
The federal government released its first overall hospital quality rating on Aug. 3, slapping average or below average scores on many of the nation’s best-known hospitals while awarding top scores to dozens of unheralded ones....Read More
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