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
The 2017 Outdoor Friday Family Movie Series will conclude its summer season July 21 in Arkansas City with an animated film at Paris Park Pool, 600 W. Fifth Ave. The aquatic-themed “swim-in” movie night will kick off at 7 p.m....Read More
The 2017 Outdoor Friday Family Movie Series will resume May 12 in Arkansas City with a Star Wars doubleheader at the Wilson Park rotunda, 701 N. Summit St. The recent blockbuster hit, “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” will play at...Read More
The Stock Exchange Bank, located at 401 N. Summit St., celebrated its 135th anniversary on Christmas Eve. The bank, which was founded in Caldwell, is the oldest banking institution in Caldwell and in Sumner County. Stock...Read More
Soroptimist International of Arkansas City had its meeting Aug. 25 in the Cowley College President’s Dining Room and Angels in the Attic, Inc. was the guest. The Soroptimists brought food for Angels in the Attic’s...Read More
Arkansas City has been named No. 8 among most affordable cities in Kansas to live in, according to www.smartasset.com. “There’s a lot more to home affordability than the price a home buyer agrees to pay the seller. To find the...Read More
PrairieFest is just around the corner. America’s Heartbeat, an outdoor concert, will begin at 7 p.m. June 3 in Wilson Park. Gates open at 5 p.m. No coolers are allowed in the fenced area of the park at those times because there...Read More
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