The Arkansas City Community Band will wrap up its 147th consecutive season with three concerts in...Read More
Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor will be host to an American Red Cross blood drive from 9 a.m. to...Read More
Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor has opened its 2018 Art Is Ageless competition, which is open to anyone who is 65 years of age or older. The juried exhibit will be held March 24-30. Those entered will compete for an opportunity...Read More
The Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce presented Creekstone Farms Premium Beef with the November STAR Award on Nov. 29. Creekstone was honored for its ongoing delivery of excellent products with an international presence, as...Read More
The Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Christmas in the City event will kick off with Merry Monday on Nov. 20 in downtown Arkansas City. Live music will begin and food vendors will open at 4 p.m. The festivities...Read More
Students interested in pursuing a career in Allied Health, cosmetology, criminal justice, education, EMS or related fields attended Cowley College’s Health and Human Services Day on Oct. 4 in the Earle N. Wright Community Room....Read More
Sean Page has joined Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor as its new marketing and admissions director, according to Executive Director Sarah Griggs. “Sean will be a great addition to our team,” Griggs said. “He has a terrific sales...Read More
The Ark City Community Band will begin its 146th season of free public concerts at 7:30 p.m. June 1 under the Wilson Park rotunda. This is the first of eight concerts planned this summer. The first concert will have an...Read More
Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor’s “Art Is Ageless” program currently is seeking art entries for its 2017 exhibit. The exhibit is open to all artists 65 years old or older, whether they be amateur or professional. The deadline...Read More
Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor will be host to a public learning event that will examine the benefits of choosing to live in a senior living facility. The event will be at 6 p.m. Jan. 10. Those who attend will be given the...Read More
More than 70 people participated in the Cowley County Walk to End Alzheimer’s in September, raising more than $13,600 to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association. “We had a wonderful walk this year. It was a gorgeous morning and we...Read More
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