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Wes LeFlore, sixth great-grandson of Chief LeFlore, will speak on “My Loved and Hated Grandfather, the Choctaw Chief Greenwood LeFlore” at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Raymond Frye Complex, 320 N. Jefferson. Sumner County Historical and Genealogical Society in Wellington will host the presentation.

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TOPEKA — An agreement reached with PayPals’s nonprofit charitable arm will ensure donors receive adequate information and disclosures when making charitable contributions through the company’s online fundraising platform, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced Thursday.

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Start the new year right by reviewing and revamping your financial plan.

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The first Friday of the new decade started as the Cowley Affinity Project hosted its first Take-Back Breakfast. This event was Friday morning at the hospital’s Prairie Breeze Café, where many Cowley County residents cleared out some space in their medicine cabinets and received a free hot me…

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If you’re fortunate, you’ll live independently and in good health throughout your retirement years. However, if you ever needed some type of long-term care, such as a stay in a nursing home, would you be financially prepared?

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RCB Bank was host to the Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce coffee Dec. 19. The Arkansas City High School singers entertained the group by singing Christmas carols.

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Have you thought about your New Year’s resolutions for 2020? When many of us make these promises, we focus on ways we can improve some form of our health. We vow to get more physically healthy by going to the gym, or we promise to improve our mental health by learning a new language or instr…

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“As employees of RCB Bank, we are proud to be able to give back to the community,” said Retail Coordinator Kim Fleetwood. “We have loved working with Angels in the Attic over the past four years to identify families in need and provide gifts for them.

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The Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce awarded Cindy Goertz, center, with the December Chamber Champion. With Goertz are, from left: Chamber Board Treasurer Justin Boyd; Chamber CEO Sarah Werner; Chamber Board Chairman Anthony Stonerock; and Chamber Office Manager Melesa Defore.

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You’ve probably heard or read about inflection points. The term has a specific definition in mathematics, but it’s also used widely to describe historical or technological events, such as the Industrial Revolution or the creation of the internet — events that changed human existence in some …

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Financial services firm Edward Jones recently announced that during the first four years of its multi-year commitment with the Alzheimer's Association, it has contributed $22 million to fight the disease, thanks to the generous support of its associates, clients and communities who have cham…

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Poor Boy Tree Service, Inc., of Fair Play, Mo. would like to congratulate Ryan Jarvis from Arkansas City on becoming a journeyman line clearance utility arborist. Ryan has completed the Department of Labor Apprenticeship program and received the title of journeyman. At the present time Jarvi…

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The company responsible for staffing and managing medical providers for South Central Kansas Medical Center's emergency department recently took action to improve patient service and employee morale.

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Volunteers from RCB Bank made short work of an important step in constructing the 2019 Winfield Habitat for Humanity House.

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The Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday for the new location of El Maguey Mexican Restaurant at 3727 Quail Ridge Dr. Owner Francisco Ramirez, left of big bow, cuts the ribbon with his wife and two sons, restaurant staff and chamber members surrounding him.

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Just ahead of the holiday season, RCB Bank last week donated $1,500 to the Community Health Center in Cowley County’s Pay-it-Forward Fund.

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The next Winfield distribution of government commodities is from 1 to 4 p.m. Dec. 9 in the parlor of Grace United Methodist Church, 320 College St., in Winfield.

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Why do you invest? For many people, here’s the answer: “I invest because I want to enjoy a comfortable retirement.” And that’s certainly a great reason, because all of us should regularly put money away for when we’re retired. But you can also benefit by investing in your family and your community.

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