Here's What's Happening

    SW Seniors Headed To San Francisco

    Four Southwestern College seniors have been chosen to present their psychology research projects at the 30th annual Association for Psychological Science Convention May 24-27 in San Francisco. The students… Anna Mankoski, Winfield; Ashley Smith, Garden City; Troy Fort, Stillwater, Okla.;... Read More.

    Cowley Names March Student Of The Month

    Cowley College sophomore Mary Anderson was recently named the school’s March Student of the Month. Anderson graduated from High School in 2016, after being involved in basketball, volleyball, track, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America,... Read More.

    Ark City Schools Clamping Down On Security

    Arkansas City Public School officials… in the wake of the recent school violence in Florida, are taking another look at school security locally. The action comes after a student was arrested here last month, for allegedly making a criminal threat... Read More.

    Ag Commission Election Results

    The Kansas Department of Agriculture has announced the results of the elections held for the state’s five grain commodity commissions — corn, grain sorghum, soybean, sunflower and wheat — in districts One, Two and Three in the western region of... Read More.

    Ark City Launches Street Sign Design Contest

    The Arkansas City Police Department is asking for help in designing a new Neighborhood Watch street sign as part of the program’s relaunch this year. The signs will be placed throughout Arkansas City in neighborhoods that participate in the Neighborhood... Read More.

    Ag Conference Call Scheduled – Get Details Here

    The Kansas Department of Agriculture’s Marketing and Promotions Advisory Board will meet via conference call at 10:00 a.m. on Friday. This is a regularly scheduled board meeting, and it is open to the public. The Conference Call-In Number is 866-620-7326,... Read More.

    Inmate Deaths Spur Changes At County Lockup

    The Cowley County Jail is making some procedural changes, after two inmates died there in less than two months late last year. According to the Courier Traveler, Cowley County Sheriff Dave Falletti said the changes include red “alert” signs and... Read More.