Low of 48 under clear skies
7:15am   7:26pm
High temperatures reach up to 78 under clear skies
7:16am   7:24pm
Wednesday Night
Lows around 48 under clear skies
7:16am   7:24pm

Here's What's Happening

Many attend job fair

With 18 businesses/organizations represented as possible employers and 12 universities identified as possible schools to transfer to at the Cowley College Job and College Fair, 129 students attended the event which was held Thursday in the Earle N. Wright Community Room. According to Greg... Read More.

Former credit union employee has to pay restitution

A Winfield woman who was a former employee of William Newton Memorial Hospital Credit Union was sentenced to time served after pleading guilty to stealing from that employer. Audrey Elkins admitted to embezzling nearly $600,000. She also gets two years of supervised release and... Read More.

KDOT gathering info on electric charging stations

The Kansas Department of Transportation is announcing a Request for Information (RFI) in advance of a Request for Proposals (RFP) to install electric vehicle (EV) charging stations along the state’s most traveled highways. Nationwide there has been a strong push for the adoption of... Read More.

Department of Agriculture offering free webinar series

Raising and marketing purebred livestock has never been easy, but in recent years, it has become increasingly challenging. For five weeks this fall, the Kansas Department of Agriculture will be offering a free webinar series designed to provide more insight into innovative livestock marketing... Read More.

Soccer postponed

Cowley College men and women’s soccer at Johnson County on Saturday has been postponed.

New business investment for Hutchinson

Governor Laura Kelly joined Superior Boiler to cut the ribbon on their new 73,000-square-foot facility – totaling a $2,786,000 business investment – in Hutchinson, Kansas. The Hutchinson facility currently employs 135 individuals. They employ 141 Kansans total across all worksites in the state. In... Read More.

Grape stomping planned for Kansas State Fair

Feel the squish of the grapes in the time-honored tradition of grape stomping as you help celebrate the grape and farm winery industries in Kansas. The Kansas Department of Agriculture will host the 15th annual Kansas Grape Stomp on Saturday, Sept. 11, at 1:00... Read More.

Vaccine and testing clinics set in Kansas

With the increased presence of the Delta variant in Kansas, local health departments, providers, and community groups are continuing to hold free COVID-19 vaccine and testing clinics. As of September 8, 2021, 50.2% of Kansans have received at least one dose of the COVID-19... Read More.

U.S. 77 field survey to begin in Cowley County

A field survey for proposed pavement replacement and improvements on U.S. 77 in Cowley County is scheduled to begin around Monday, Sept. 13. The field survey will be from Arkansas City north to Winfield. The length is about 8.75 miles and based on existing alignment.

Mossman’s Melody Guitar Raffle Winner to be Announced

Winfield, KS—Officials at the Marquee Performing Arts Center have given notice that the Mossman’s Melody Guitar Raffle winner will be announced on Saturday, September 18th at the 49th Annual Walnut Valley Festival. Marquee is continuing to offer raffle tickets for a chance to win... Read More.