Arkansas City High School senior Katie DiVall was named Miss Arkansas City in September and will appear at this year’s Arkalalah Coronation. She is the daughter of Kenny and Melissa DiVall. Katie did not anticipate being named...Read More
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Jordan Day is glad she made the decision to stay close to home and attend Cowley College instead of a four-year school. The decision has paid off with Day having been named one of five finalists for Queen Alalah LXXXVI....Read More
Braydee Holmes has immersed herself in many activities at Cowley College. Now the sophomore mass communications major will add to her busy schedule by being one of five finalists for Queen Alalah LXXXVI. Coronation is set for...Read More
Madison Oak, a 2017 graduate of Arkansas City High School, is the recipient of a 2017 scholarship from P.E.O. Chapter GH. Oak is the daughter of Jon and Tammy Oak, of Arkansas City. Oak was presented with $500 toward her...Read More
The Soroptimists of Arkansas City met Jan. 25 in the President’s Dining Room at Cowley College and presented area women with various awards. New members Christine Tanner and Kim Bay were welcomed to Soroptimist International....Read More
With help from the Arkansas City Lioness Club, Ark City Middle School’s KAY Club, Students Against Destructive Decisions and Student Council members presented a check for $600 to Angels in the Attic this week, to provide holiday...Read More
The Student Services Department at Cowley College has awarded scholarships to the following area high school seniors: Arkansas City Christian Academy Andrew Potter, son of Kelli Potter, is the recipient of a Derek Burroughs...Read More
Miss Arkansas City for 2016 is Halle Bucher, the daughter of Aaron and Tasha Bucher. She is a senior at Arkansas City High School. “I’m feeling pretty good — it will be a different Arkalalah (for me),” Bucher said. This year,...Read More
Cowley College sophomore Morgan Bruce, who saw her cousins, Jordan and Madison McDowell, crowned Queen Alalah, now will have her turn in the spotlight after she was named one of five finalists for Queen Alalah LXXXV. Coronation...Read More
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