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    Big Arkalalah Kickoff Planned Tuesday

    The City of Arkansas City… according to a press release from Ark City Public Information Officer Andrew Lawson… will be host to a special Arkalalah kickoff event that features a train unveiling and rededication. It is set for Tuesday night ...Read More
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    BUILDING TRADES MEETING RESCHEDULED IN ARK CITY

    Last night’s planned special meeting of the Building Trades Advisory Board in Arkansas City was canceled. The board’s next regular meeting will be at 5:15 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16 in the commission room at City Hall on W. Central Ave. ...Read More
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    CANDIDATES FORUM SET FOR MONDAY

    Ark City Chamber of Commerce has announced that it is sponsoring a CANDIDATE FORUM for Cowley College Board of Trustees on Monday, October 23rd from 6pm – 8pm in The Wright Room at Cowley County Community College. All candidates will ...Read More
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    CLEANUP DAY WAS CLEARLY A SUCCESS

    Arkansas City’s 2017 Fall Cleanup Day was a great success. An estimated 115 to 120 volunteers showed up last Saturday morning at the Wilson Park rotunda to pitch in with the grassroots cleanup event. The City provided free coffee, donuts ...Read More

    ARK CITY TO BUY NEW FIRE RADIOS

    New radios will mean better communcations for the Arkansas City Fire-EMS Department, which has now been given the green light to spend $16,569 to purchase five additional portable radios. The Ark City commission approved the purchase this week, after Ark ...Read More

    COWLEY COLLEGE PRESENTS MARY POPPINS

    Tickets are on sale now, for the upcoming Cowley College presentation of Mary Poppins. Based on the classic 1964 Disney film, Mary Poppins is an ageless story of redemption and love. This year, those behind the presentation opened auditions up ...Read More

    WINFIELD PLANS SEWER IMPROVEMENTS

    Winfield has earmarked a little more than $780,000 for sanitary sewer improvements to Country Club Estates and Country Club. $781,802.80… that was the low bid, submitted by Middlecreek Corp. of Peabody, and it was the only one of four bids ...Read More

    COWLEY COLLEGE HOLDS SUCCESSFUL BLOOD DRIVE

    Cowley College conducted their annual American Red Cross blood drive last Thursday, October 12 in the Earle N. Wright Community Room. 35 people give 28 units of usable blood according to figures released by James Fry, coordinator of the program. ...Read More