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Holding her mother’s hand (off-camera), Ella Sanders, 15, of Winfield, gets her first COVID-19 vaccination Thursday at Graves Drug in Winfield. ‘It did not hurt much. And this will keep me safe,’ Ella said. ‘It means I will soon be able to be with my friends and go places and not have to wor…

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Soroptimist of Winfield applied for a Walmart Community Grant in February and was notified May 1 that they were awarded $750. The grant will be used to continue a project that was started last month helping preschool through fifth grade students with needed items. From left are Soroptimist m…

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Two vehicles collided Friday at the intersection of Main Street and Ninth Avenue shortly after 1 p.m. No one was injured. Both vehicles were towed.

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The Arkansas City Commission held a special work session Friday to listen to the accomplishments and budget needs of several local organizations.

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Goslings and adult geese eat grass Thursday at Island Park. Several goose families can currently be seen at the park.

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ASSOCIATED PRESS — Kansans who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will no longer need to wear masks outdoors in crowds and in most indoor settings, effective immediately, Gov. Laura Kelly announced Thursday.

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Kinnie Ledford, who was appointed to fill an unexpired term on the USD 465 Board of Education in 2020, has filed to run for another term in November’s city and school elections.

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The USD 470 school district announced late Wednesday night that Roosevelt Elementary students will learn remotely today and Friday due to COVID-19 case at the school."We regret the late notice, but we are now aware an individual at Roosevelt Elementary has tested positive for COVID-19," an e…

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RCB Bank and team leader Michelle Vaught have been one of the top fundraising teams for the Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters annual for Kid’s Sake Campaign since 2008. This year they continued that tradition, raising more than $6,000 for the annual event. 

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The Newkirk VFW Auxiliary will place flags at the Newkirk Cemetery on May 27.

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Members of the Winfield Lions Club, Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce, government officials and local families gathered Wednesday afternoon for a ribbon-cutting at the newly refurbisahed Lions Club Park in Winfield. The park, at the corner of 13th Avenue and Bliss Street, received recent imp…

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Local governments will receive additional COVID-19 relief funds soon as part of the American Relief Plan passed recently by the federal government.

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The Winfield B.E.S.T. (Businesses Earning Success Together) committee of the Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce has been planning Third Thursday Loyal Local Shopping Events to help drive customers into local stores. The next event is planned from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. May 20.

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Evelyn Shoup, who filed to run for re-election to the Arkansas City USD 470 school board, will not be on the ballot after all this year after a misunderstanding.

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At long last, the project to restore art work owned by USD 465 will be reintroduced into local schools this summer.

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Southwestern College in Winfield admitted 16 Japanese-American students during World War II.

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