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A new online resource that tracks COVID-19 activity at public schools in Kansas is available online.

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Whittier Elementary School students cross Mound Street from Cherry Street Park Wednesday morning during National Walk or Ride to School Day, a yearly event held at the school. Winfield fire department and police officers, Cowley County sheriff’s deputies and Winfield High School athletes joi…

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Members of Cowley College’s Golden Tigers recently had an opportunity to take a day trip to Tanganyika Wildlife Park and Botanica Gardens in Wichita. The “Wildlife and Nature” day trip was one of three trips planned this fall.

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The Cowley College student pantry will open for the year today. The pantry is located in the Nelson Student Center on the Arkansas City campus and provides free food, toiletries, and cleaning products to students in need. 

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With help from the Lion’s Club, members of Cowley College’s Academic Civic Engagement through Service (ACES) program recently painted at Lions Park in Arkansas City. 

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The Winfield High School Class of 1976 will hold their 45th class reunion on Oct. 15-16.

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The Winfield Middle School Builders Club is excited for the 2021-22 school year, and they wanted to update the community about the program, building partnerships and some needs.

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Today nearly a billon people are hungry, and almost two billion are overweight. It’s the first time in recorded history that millions of people are both obese and hungry at the same time. Those who are human and eat food may need to read this book.   

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The Winfield Public Library has been awarded a $24,639 grant through the Kansas State Library and the Institute of Museum and Library Services to help respond to pandemic-related challenges with upgraded technologies, both within the library and in the community.  Libraries throughout Kansas…

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Winfield board of education member Ed Trimmer is the 2020 recipient of the Governor’s Award, the Kansas State High School Activities Association’s annual award to an individual for their outstanding contribution to secondary education.

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The National Rifle Association’s crime prevention and personal safety seminar, “Refuse To Be A Victim,” is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 28 in the Community Council Room in City Hall, 200 E. Ninth Ave., in Winfield. The seminar is open to the general public ages 14 and older. Registration is $5…

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