The Arkansas City High School Class of 1959 will meet at 9 a.m. Saturday at Brick’s for breakfast.
Residents aired concerns about energy costs, minimum wage, the Equality Act, the stimulus and many other topics Saturday morning during a town hall meeting with U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, R-Kan., that attracted more than 100 people in the Brown Center at Cowley College.
TOPEKA – Eight new cases of the United Kingdom, or UK, variant known as B.1.1.7, have been identified in Sedgwick County. These cases were identified in individuals all living in the same household and do not appear to be connected to earlier cases in Kansas.
TOPEKA — Conservative Kansas legislators, still smarting over actions Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly took early in the coronavirus pandemic, pushed Monday to prevent the state from restricting religious gatherings or keeping abortion providers open during emergencies.
The polar vortex had major implications for livestock producers last week, but the after-effects should not be ignored, particularly when it comes to bull management in the cowherd. While the number of bulls in the operation is generally not large, they have a major role when it comes to the…
Local senior artists will be celebrated March 27 through April 2 at Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor, 1711 N. Fourth, as the community hosts its annual Art is Ageless exhibit and continues to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Art is Ageless program.
Cowley College’s Sumner Campus in Wellington will offer free COVID-19 testing every Tuesday in March through the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
The City of Winfield has pledged to work with customers facing high utility bills as staff continues to try and mitigate the fallout from unprecedented natural gas prices that occurred over several days of record-breaking cold earlier this month.
College scholarship applications for Arkansas City, Burden, Dexter, Sedan, Udall and Winfield high school seniors are now available in the guidance offices of those high schools.
As the nation nears the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic, the total case count for Cowley County had risen to exactly 3,800 as of Friday.
Capt. Eric Burr, who will become interim police chief next week in Arkansas City, said he plans to continue implementing the strategic plan put in place under outgoing chief Dan Ward.