The race for the District 80 seat in the Kansas House of Representatives is shaping up to be competitive. The seat currently is held by freshman Rep. Anita Judd-Jenkins, R-Arkansas City, who won the seat in 2016. She filed to...Read More
Voting for Cowley College’s Homecoming king and queen will take place Jan. 22-29. Students will be...Read More
At the end of the December Cowley County Community College board meeting, a motion was made to change the college name to Cowley College. As usual, the subject was not on the agenda, no support was provided for the change and...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department cited a 66-year-old Wellington man Dec. 20 in connection with a hit-and-run accident involving two juveniles. The driver of the 2007 Chrysler was cited for failure to report an accident and...Read More
The Cowley College Board of Trustees voted 5-0 on Dec. 11 to appoint Nancy Burger, of Winfield, to fill Sid Regnier’s vacant seat. The seat was empty for 274 days following Regnier’s resignation in March, when the board decided...Read More
The Cowley College Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Dec. 11 to approve the addition of men’s and women’s bowling teams at the Cowley College Mulvane Center in the fall of 2018. Cowley College athletic director Shane Larson...Read More
The Cowley College Board of Trustees voted Nov. 20 to publish notice of the vacancy on the board caused by Sid Regnier’s March 13 resignation. The notice of the vacated seat was printed Nov. 22 in the Cowley CourierTraveler —...Read More
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