Here's What's Happening

    New Kansas Inspector General Chosen

    Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt on Thursday, nominated Sarah E. Fertig to serve as inspector general for the Kansas Medicaid program. The attorney general’s office conducted a national search for the position, and Fertig was the candidate recommended by a... Read More.

    Get Ready For Some New Traffic Patterns In Ark City

    Starting Friday, Arkansas City will place stop signs at five uncontrolled intersections in northern Ark City. East-west traffic will be required to stop there. The move, according to Public Relations Officer Andrew Lawson, is intended to reduce the frequency and... Read More.

    Former Kay County Jailer Jailed

    A former Kay County Detention staff member has been arrested. 37 year old Bambi Nichols of Ponca City, was locked up behind bars herself, in the Kay County Jail on Tuesday, where she now faces felony charges of embezzlement. Nichols... Read More.

    Police Standoff In Ark City

    A 35-year-old Arkansas City man was taken into custody by Ark City Police, following a domestic incident that led to an armed standoff. Possible charges now, include battery; domestic violence; criminal use of weapons; possession of drug paraphernalia; and possession... Read More.

    Ark City Meeting This Afternoon

    Arkansas City Public Information Officer Andrew Lawson has given official notice, that the first City Commission meeting of this month will be held at 5:30 this afternoon in the commission room at City Hall on West Central Avenue in Ark... Read More.

    Ponca City Doctor & Plane Missing

    A Ponca City doctor who failed to show up at an airport in Central Texas as planned, was reportedly tracked by fighter jets flying over the Gulf of Mexico, who say he appeared unresponsive and may have been suffering from... Read More.

    Schmeidler Not Guilty

    A medical malpractice trial that was held in November, has now resulted in a ruling by the jury, that favors a doctor from Arkansas City. According to the most recent issue of the Courier Traveler, the Cowley County jury ruled... Read More.