Photo courtesy ALISHA CALL
Kansas is unmatched in its tracking of ex-convicts, resulting in more than 21,000 people convicted of sex, drug or violent crimes being registered on a public database.
The production of Ray Cooney’s “Funny Money,” a British farce, has been rescheduled due to an injury to an actor, according to a representative of Winfield Community Theatre.
Virginia Parker, right, puts cole slaw on a plate Tuesday before it goes to Carol Mulhern, left, during Five Loaves service at First Presbyterian Church. They were serving pork burgers, tater tots, cole slaw, baked beans, cake and cookies. Five Loaves, starting its 13th year, began in Januar…
Ladybird Brewing, a brewery planned for a former service station at 523 N. Main St. in Winfield, has recently received both federal and state regulatory approval, co-owner Kaydee Riggs-Johnson said. An opening date has not been set, although work is ongoing.
Cowley College singers performed singing Valengrams throughout the county Friday, making it a memorable Valentine’s Day for numerous individuals in Arkansas City and Winfield, while riasing money to help with future performances.
The City of Udall has been awarded a $494,360 in Community Development Block Grants from the Kansas Department of Commerce to help build a combined wellness center and library, it was announced on Thursday.
Exhibiting in the Winfield Arts & Humanities Council Gallery is the Open Studio group, which meets every Monday afternoon at WAHC to work on their own paintings and drawings.
From left, Roland Meek, 5, and his mother, Shanley receive instructions Thursday afternoon for a new car seat from Arkansas City Police Officer Madeline Pegorsch at the Agri-Business building and sponsored by the Arkansas City Police Dept, the Ark City Optimist Club and The City-Cowley Count…
Around 40 people gathered on a cold Thursday afternoon at the Kansas Veterans Cemetery in Winfield to honor a homeless veteran from Wichita who will be buried here.