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Arkansas City commissioners received official notice Tuesday of City Manager Nick Hernandez’s accepting the city manager job in Dodge City.

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Members of the Winfield Noon Kiwanis Club recently hosted a special meeting to honor Ed Foster. During the meeting, Foster received a lapel pin to commemorate his 50 years of continuous participation with Kiwanis. He was also presented with a “Legion of Honor” certificate issued by Kiwanis I…

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The City of Winfield will apply for a Community Development Block Grant to help fund emergency replacement of a water line along the Walnut River that was exposed after major floods this past spring caused ground erosion.

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Holiday travel can be filled with a lot of fun memories for kids — road trips with the entire family, visits to grandma’s and grandpa’s house and more.

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Bicyclist Daniel Hurd passed through Arkansas City on Friday while on his way to McCord, Okla. Hurd began his journey in March 2018 at Plymouth, Mass. He said the ride is part of the ‘One Peddle at a Time Movement,”’which works to promote suicide prevention. Hurd said having made three suici…

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A red-headed girl tells Santa what she wants for Christmas by whispering in his ear. Santa Claus was at the Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce on Saturday morning to visit with kids who stopped by with their parents. Santa’s visit was part of the chamber’s holiday open house.

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The canvass of provisional ballots from last week’s city-school election that took place Friday morning changed the result of the Cowley College Board of Trustees race.

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Winfield’s fifth-year Empty Bowls project raised $4,038 for the Winfield Community Food Pantry, Winfield Arts and Humanities Council director Cheri Kindt-Gonzales confirmed Friday. Accepting the money in a bowl especially designed for this year’s event is Phil Jarvis, food pantry director. G…

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The Arkansas City High School Arkettes and Jazz Band perform one of John Lennon’s and Paul McCartney’s songs, “Got to Get You into My Life,” Thursday night during their concert in the ACHS auditorium. Also performing were the men’s glee club, women’s glee club and Ark Highs to songs written …

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