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A total of 44 teen volunteers assisted with more than 50 programs this summer at Winfield Public Library. Those attending the volunteer appreciation party were, front row, from left: Nathaniel Curran, Elana Crow, Erin Horton, Luke Seidel, Nikolas Smith and Ryan Endicott; middle row, Eli Hubb…

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Taxpayers in the Winfield school district would pay the same property tax rate under the district’s proposed 2019-2020 budget.

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Participants and leaders pose by the Munchie Mart Cooperative as part of the Youth Leadership Camp at Rock Springs 4-H Center.

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Cowley College president Dr. Dennis C. Rittle, a past president of the Rotary Club of Arkansas City, had an opportunity to share his thoughts on the state of the college during the Rotary Club of Winfield’s meeting Wednesday in the Baden Square Community Room.

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People looking forward to the Cowley County Fair need to know some changes have been made to layout and traffic this year after the area flooded twice in May.

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Most people are familiar with the Miss Kansas and Queen Alalah pageants. But what about Mr. Ark Animal, Second Generation?

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Southwestern College physics professor Bob Galup explains the phases of the moon to an appreciative audience Saturday afternoon at the Winfield Public Library, on the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.

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Kansas schools will require two new vaccines come August, including one against a virus that’s hospitalized 13,000 people and killed 200 across the country since 2016.

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Neil Armstrong stands near the United States flag in this iconic photo taken July 20, 1969 as the first human to step foot on the Moon. The United States’ Apollo 11 was the first crewed mission to land on the Moon.

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Cowley County commissioners took a step toward addressing the shut down East Chestnut Bridge in Arkansas City.

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The Cedar Vale Market is using humor to beat the heat as temperatures soared. Store manager Stephanie McAdams said this chalk-written sign was put up Friday afternoon. “People are laughing as they read it,” she said. “We are letting them know that they will need to do some inventory while th…

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