Services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault were temporarily unavailable in Cowley County after the collapse of Safe Homes. However, a new support system became available late last year in Cowley and Sumner...Read More
Alderbrook Village will be host to free hearing screenings by Midwest Hearing Aids on Nov. 15. Licensed specialist Angela Logsdon, of Midwest Hearing Aids, also will be scheduling follow-up appointments. The screenings will take...Read More
When I was pregnant with my second child, I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes. My doctor referred me to a dietitian who helped me to understand the importance of diet and exercise. My family was supportive and I was able...Read More
Students interested in pursuing a career in Allied Health, cosmetology, criminal justice, education, EMS or related fields attended Cowley College’s Health and Human Services Day on Oct. 4 in the Earle N. Wright Community Room....Read More
Cowley County this week was named as one of eight Pathways to a Healthy Kansas communities by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas (BCBSKS). The grant, possibly one of the most significant ever awarded in the county, is for...Read More
Cowley County is one of eight Kansas communities recently selected as a grantee in the largest community grant program ever funded by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas. The Pathways to a Healthy Kansas program provides...Read More
The fifth annual Wine-O Trail Run is just around the corner and the deadline to register for the May 20 event is May 18. Participants in the run on the Wheat State Wine property can choose to run, jog or walk in a 2-mile walk,...Read More
The Cowley County job fairs are approaching rapidly. The first job fair will be from 9 a.m. to noon March 1 at the Winfield High School auxiliary gym, located at 300 Viking Blvd. The Arkansas City job fair will be from 3 to 5...Read More
Get ready for the biggest baby shower in Cowley County! Breastfeeding Advocates of Cowley County invites expectant and new mothers to the fourth annual Community Wide Baby Shower on Oct. 8. This free resource fair will be from 9...Read More
KSHA Connection, the newsletter of the Kansas Speech-Language-Hearing Association, recently featured Dr. April McCaslin in its monthly “spotlight.” McCaslin, who lives in Arkansas City and is married to Arkansas City Police...Read More
William Newton Hospital’s Healthways program and the Walnut Valley Farmers Market have announced their participation in the first-ever Crop Hop Fun Run. From 7 to 9 a.m. Sept. 24, there will be a fun run at Island Park in...Read More
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