Tag: Sid Regnier

Regnier’s seat on Board of Trustees to remain vacant through election

A replacement for former Cowley College trustee Sid Regnier has not yet been named, nor will a new trustee be appointed before the completion of the fall elections. Regnier resigned his post March 13, 2017, with more than two years left in his term. Twenty-one weeks now have passed since […]

Election filings begin for city commission, school board, college trustees

Local election season is just around the corner. In Arkansas City, there are three governing bodies that each will need to fill at least two seats in this fall’s elections. The deadline to file for candidacy is noon June 1. Three city commissioners — Charles Tweedy III, Jay Warren and […]

Cowley College trustees to attend KOMA training, replace Regnier

Following the recent resignation of Cowley College Trustee Sid Regnier, the college does not yet have a plan for refilling his seat on the college’s Board of Trustees. “With respect to filling the currently vacant position on the Cowley College Board of Trustees, the trustees plan to deliberate on the […]

Regnier honored for 43 years of service to Cowley College at board meeting

The Cowley College Board of Trustees recognized former board member Sid Regnier during its regular meeting April 17. Regnier resigned his position on the college board of trustees at the end of the March meeting. He was involved at the college for 43 years. “I’ve enjoyed it, I really have. […]

Cowley College trustee disagrees with method of emergency payments

A Cowley College trustee expressed concern Oct. 17 about how the college has been paying some of its bills in the past month. Sid Regnier said he was not supportive of using credit cards to pay bills because of the chance that the bills will be paid twice. Since Sept. […]

Cowley board selects new trustee in apparent KOMA violation

Winfield business owner Jill Long was named the newest Cowley College trustee in an apparently illegal action July 18 by the college’s Board of Trustees. The board of trustees cast their votes by secret ballot, a clear violation of the Kansas Open Meetings Act (KOMA). The secret vote was called […]