The City of Arkansas City is continuing its annual fire hydrant flushing program, with work proceeding across north-central Arkansas City starting this week. The Environmental Services Division will begin flushing Sections 7 and...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department arrested two Texas residents March 7 in connection with a...Read More
The Arkansas City High School bands will present their annual Winter Concert at 7 p.m. Jan. 23 in the ACHS auditorium, located at 1200 W. Radio Lane. The concert is free and open to the public. The ensembles are under the...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department arrested an Arkansas City man early Dec. 8 after he allegedly threatened a female with a handgun. Jose DeJesus Ayala, 37, was arrested on suspicion of felony aggravated assault, as well as...Read More
Two local bank open houses and another appearance by Santa Claus highlight a variety of Christmas-themed events next week. Many of these events were announced recently by various local businesses and nonprofit organizations. The...Read More
North 15th Street will resume being closed to through traffic from Radio Lane and Skyline Road starting Nov. 13, according to Public Works Director Eric Broce. During this road closure, through traffic on 15th Street will be...Read More
North 15th Street will be closed to through traffic between Radio Lane and Skyline Road starting Oct. 30, according to Public Works Director Eric Broce. During this road closure, through traffic on 15th Street will be detoured...Read More
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