Recent Arkansas City High School grad Darius Stewart is flanked by his parents, Shawnea and Doug Stewart after signing a National Letter of Intent to compete in track and field and cross country at Bethany College in Lindsborg.
The 28th home built by the Winfield Area Habitat for Humanity is officially under way following groundbreaking at the site on June 27. Although footings had been poured, the event marked the official start of the building season.
The car wash at 1420 Main St., in Winfield has removed its gas tanks with assistance from a state-funded business program. A spokesperson at the site said the decision was made to remove the tanks since they aren’t in the gas business any longer.
Team members for the Angels In the Attic firework tent work Friday to unload a truckload of fireworks. The tent is in the Springhill Golf Course parking lot. The sale and discharge of fireworks are permitted from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. June 27 through July 3, as well as from 10 a.m. to midnigh…
Cienna Anderson, 9, has her hand on the throttle Thursday and is ready to take the steam locomotive in Arkansas City’s Wilson Park down the track. Until recently, the train and the playground equipment in all city parks was off limits to the public due to COVID-19.
A group of young entrepreneurs at 406 North A St. in Arkansas City kept busy Wednesday selling lemonade to earn a little extra spending money. Since Tuesday, the group had made $61. From left, Alexis Ruiz, Taven Tymony, Dereona Morris, Mikaela Tymony and Traetyn Tymony.