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    Cowley Students Jailed Following Boxcutter Attack

    Two Cowley College students have been arrested following a fight over the weekend, in which one attacked the other with a box cutter. 19 year old Jaquor Dwayne Pugh of Beaumont, Texas is charged with aggravated assault, aggravated battery and ...Read More
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    Kansas Wheat Announces Agreement

    Kansas Wheat, U. S. Wheat Associates (USW) and the National Association of Wheat Growers are pleased that negotiators have reached an agreement in the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Marsha Boswell is with Kansas Wheat… http://blogaudio.virtualnewscenter.com/KACY-111315-BOSWELL-WHEATNEWS.mp3
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    Cowley Holds Senior Day

    High School seniors from Kansas and Oklahoma took part in Cowley College’s Fall Senior Day, which was recently held last Wednesdsay, on the school’s main campus in Arkansas City. All in all, 224 students took part in the event, which ...Read More
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    Construction Delays Begin Today

    Construction on the intersection of Eighth Street and Skyline Road in north Arkansas City gets underway today, as part of an ongoing reconstruction project. A temporary drive from Eighth Street into MeadowWalk Apartments, 925 W. Skyline Road, has been built ...Read More
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    Progress Made On Slew Of Suits

    Three lawsuits filed by a Winfield woman against area businesses have reportedly been settled. The Ark City Traveler says Guadalupe Adams early this year filed six suits against Arkansas City properties, all alleging violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act. ...Read More
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    Runaway And Accomplice Arrested

    An Ark City man has been arrested for harboring a runaway juvenile from Missouri. 18 year old Ricky Meyers II has been charged with suspicion of aggravated indecent liberties with a child and contributing to the misconduct of a child. ...Read More
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    Ark City Buys Bulldozer

    The Arkansas City commission, at Tuesday night’s meeting, voted 3-2 to approve the purchase of a used bulldozer. The bull dozer was available at a Wichita dealer, and was offered at the price of $129,000. Commissioner Brandon Every was one ...Read More