Family Life Services (FLS) will be host to its annual banquet Feb. 24. This event is one of the primary ways in which FLS is funded each year. The banquet will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Wright Room in Cowley College’s Brown...Read More
Cowley College had a large number of individuals donate blood during the annual American Red Cross...Read More
The Cowley College Act One Drama Club held a benefit concert and silent auction on Jan. 20. The...Read More
A new alliance of clubs and civic organizations is being formed in Cowley County by the Arkansas City and Winfield area chambers of commerce. The Cowley County Service Alliance will hold its first meeting starting at 5:30 p.m....Read More
Voting for Cowley College’s Homecoming king and queen will take place Jan. 22-29. Students will be...Read More
Cowley First will be host to the annual Cowley County Job Fair on Feb. 22 in the Wright Room at Cowley College’s Brown Center, located at 215 S. Second St. Job seekers may meet with local employers from 3 to 5:30 p.m. that day....Read More
January has been designated Blood Donation Awareness Month because it is the month when blood donations are at their yearly lows. The blood shortages happen every year during cold and flu season. But donations remain vitally...Read More
Cowley College students who enrolled in Applied Voice lessons finished off the semester by performing in a voice recital Dec. 7 at First Presbyterian Church in Arkansas City. Half of the Applied Voice students were featured in a...Read More
Cowley College’s Earle N. Wright Community Room was the place to be Dec. 5 as the room was filled with music, artwork, and writing portfolios as part of the Student Showcase and reception. The event began with a recital by...Read More
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