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    Lawson Taking City Job

    31 year old Andrew Lawson is the managing editor of the The Arkansas City Traveler. But not for long. Beginning next week, Lawson starts his new job with the City of Arkansas City as the public information officer and special... Read More.
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    Ark City Woman Dodges Bullet With Diversion Agreement

    An Arkansas City woman, arrested in January on drug charges has signed an agreement for a diversion through Cowley County District Court in Ark City. 25 year old Danielle Martens was charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug... Read More.
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    Waterline Break Causes Big Problems In Ark City

    Some big water problems in Ark City, and not all because of the weather either. A water main break in the 500 block of North Summit Stree happened around 8:45 yesterday morning, causing traffic problems for drivers trying to make... Read More.
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    State Workers Jobs Saved… For Now

    In the nick of time, state workers in Kansas were saved from a partial government shutdown Saturday after legislators voted unanimously to keep thousands of state workers on the job this week. Meanwhile though, the budget and tax issues haven’t... Read More.
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    Archeology Forum Set For Tonight

    Visiting archaeologists will present the findings of this week’s study of Native American artifacts in Arkansas City during a public forum tonight. That forum is set for 7 this evening in the president’s dining room at Cowley College’s McAtee Dining... Read More.
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    Cowley Authorities Searching For Runaway Inmate

    The Cowley County Sheriff’s Office is trying to hund down a missing Cowley County Jail inmate who failed to return from work release Tuesday afternoon. 23 year old Mason Shawn Renollet, who now lives in Oklahoma, but is formerly from... Read More.
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    Cash May Be In Jeopardy If Action Not Taken

    The board members of the Cherokee Strip Land Rush Museum now have an official cost estimate of more than $300,000 to bring the current HVAC system up to snuff. The good news is that a donation fromthe V.J. Wilkins Memorial... Read More.