Members of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 1254 have had a very busy week. On Monday, three post members presented certificates of appreciation and cooperation to four local middle schoolers. The middle school...Read More
The local chapter of the Veterans of Foreign Wars recently celebrated its newest member signing a lifetime membership. New member Jeff Trenary is an Iraq War veteran who has been out of the service since 2013. “I know we sound...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department has endeavored to strengthen its relationship with the citizens of Arkansas City as part of a larger public outreach effort. This effort can be seen not only in the department’s interaction...Read More
WELLINGTON — In advance of groundbreaking ceremonies for its Sumner County campus, Cowley College served as the premier sponsor of the 117th annual Kansas Wheat Festival on July 12-16 in Wellington. Along with the financial...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
Two Arkansas City Fire-EMS Department employees received awards this week from Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1254. Post Commander Charlie Cravens presented the awards to both ACFD Capt. Ken Corcran and Firefighter-EMT Tanner...Read More
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1254 will be at the Arkansas City Middle School at 1 p.m. Dec. 20 to announce the top five winners of VFW’s Patriot’s Pen youth essay contest. Each year, more than 132,000 students in grades 6-8...Read More
It is easy to produce more trash than average during the holidays — especially considering how busy everyone is. Fast food containers, shipping boxes, food containers and more add to the amount of trash that accumulates during...Read More
Staff Report Here is a handy roundup of all of the 85th annual Arkalalah Festival events taking place this week: Wednesday, Oct. 26 Concessions Open Concessions for the 2016 Arkalalah Festival will be open from 11 a.m. to about...Read More
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