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The monument known as Scripture Hill in north Arkansas City has received a fresh coat of paint, just in time for Easter.

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Farmers markets in Winfield and Arkansas City are tentatively scheduled to open as planned in late May, even as COVID-19 concerns have lead to delayed market openings in other Kansas cities.

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The City-Cowley County Health Department on Thursday morning announced the death of a man in his 60s with underlying health conditions who tested positive for COVID-10 on April 1.

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The Arkansas City Police Department practiced social distancing Wednesday after receiving pizza donated by Domino’s.

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The City of Arkansas City on Tuesday approved $1 million to cover payroll costs over the next three months for the South Central Kansas Medical Center as hospital revenues sink due to a drop-off in normal medical procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Ahnawake Tiger took advantage of a warm, sunny Wednesday afternoon to get some fresh air and exercise by taking her dog Hoss for a stroll down East Osage Avenue in Arkansas City.

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The U.S. 77 By-pass in Arkansas City was narrowed to a single lane Wednesday afternoon following an injury accident in front of the concrete plant. The driver of a Ford F-150 pickup was transported to South Central Kansas Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries, according to radio …

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This heart-filled message was written by Sara Lawson, owner of Dreamcatchers beauty salon in Arkansas City, on her Fifth Avenue building a few days ago to encourage others during this time of uncertainty and fear. Lawson said she ‘wanted to make a difference for somebody that may be struggling.’

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Winfield Senior Living Community announced Tuesday that they are in dire need for isolation gowns to care for their frail elderly and physically impaired patient population.

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Despite the world-turned-upside-down feeling caused by so many changes with the coronavirus pandemic, one perhaps surprising change has not occurred in Cowley County, at least not yet.

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