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The Edge Performing Arts Centre will holding its annual recital and company show, at 2:00 pm on Saturday, June 4 at the Winfield High School Auditorium. Doors open at 1 p.m. This recital will feature recreational dancers and The Edge company dancers. This is a casual afternoon performance th…

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The candidates for Queen Alalah braved the cold Wednesday in their remodeled lighted queens float, to participate in the Parade of Lights, the first of three parades during the festival this week. The coronation and crowning of the 89th Queen Alalah will take place at 7:30 p.m. today at the …

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Two youngsters wait with nervous anticipation for their ride to start Wednesday evening. The carnival rides, part of 2021 Arkalalah festival, stayed busy all evening despite cool and windy weather.

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To me, there is no scarier villain in all of horror cinema than Michael Myers. The killer from 1978’s “Halloween” is the epitome of soullessness, and his haunting visage gave me some sleepless nights at my grandparents’ isolated farmhouse when

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What better way to spend a beautiful fall afternoon than celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Santa Fe Trail with music, poetry, and stories on the south lawn of the Cowley County Historical Museum?

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Wichita-based rock band EPIC once again graces the stage at the Burford Theatre at 8 p.m. Oct. 9 playing favorite classic rock hits of the ‘70s and ‘80s. Joining them for this concert is another Wichita-based band, Acme Rock Co.

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The 45th annual Last Run Car Show was a big success, according to Ark City Tumbleweeds President J.R. Swaim.

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Bluegrass musicians held an informal jam session Friday afternoon under the grandstand during the Walnut Valley Festival. On the left is two-time banjo contest winner (2008 and ’15) Steven Moore. To his left is David Mayfield playing the mandolin. Rick Thum is playing the hammer dulcimer whi…

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The 49th Walnut Valley Festival officially opened this week as planned, after a year-long hiatus due to COVID-19.

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Winfield officials said the city’s annual music crawl and hamburger feed went well on Tuesday night, as the event resumed with a new format after being cancelled due to COVID last year.

Every area town celebration begins with a parade, and Burden is no exception. Celebrating Patriot Day on Saturday, the “Celebrating our First Responder Heroes” parade traveled from the Central High School parking lot downtown through a crowd of spectators. 

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