Ark City, KS
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Here's What's Happening

1ST EVER TACOLALAH FESTIVAL PLANNED FOR MAY 4TH

The first-ever Tacolalah Festival will kick off with a day full of festivities May 4th in Wilson Park, highlighted by the second annual Salsa Fest from 11 to 2. This new multicultural festival, which is free and open to the public, will run from... Read More.

LOCAL HOSPITAL PROMOTES MEDICAL LABORATORY PROFESSIONALS WEEK

April 21-27 is Medical Laboratory Professionals Week and local health service providers acknowledge the critical role that lab workers play in providing excellent health care. SCKMC public relations officer Doc Arnett tells us that the technicians who staff the labs—whether it’s radiology or other imaging,... Read More.

5 ARKANSAS CITY SCHOOLS GET AWARDS

The confidence in Kansas Public Education Task Force has named five Arkansas City schools as recipients of the 2019 Challenge Awards… Adams Elementary, Arkansas City Middle School, Frances Willard Elementary, Jefferson Elementary, and Roosevelt Elementary. The awards recognize Kansas schools that are making a... Read More.

SOUTHWESTERN SYMPHONY THIS SUNDAY

The South Kansas Symphony will present its final concert of the 2018-2019 season this Sunday at 3 in Richardson Performing Arts Center at Southwestern College. Tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for children (5-18), and free for Southwestern College faculty, staff, students, and youth... Read More.

KANSAS VICTIM AWARDS PRESENTED

The Kansas Crime Victims Compensation Board yesterday, awarded financial assistance to 379 victims of violent crime at its April meeting. Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said awards were made in 163 new cases. Additional expenses were paid in 216 previously submitted cases. The awards... Read More.

SMOKE BLAMED FOR ACCIDENT

An accident with injuries last weekend, is being blamed on smoke from a controlled burn. It happened Saturday afternoon on 82nd Road, when 62 year old Larry Dennis of Winfield man was riding his motorcycle just after 3:30, when he was overwhelmed by the... Read More.

ARK CITY POLICE INVESTIGATING THEFTS

Ark City Police say they are investigating an outbreak of thefts and burglaries east of the Chestnut Avenue bridge, in an area extending to Country Club Road. Golf carts, all-terrain vehicles, wallets and other items left in unsecured vehicles have all been taken. Now,... Read More.

Cowley Tells The Drakes, “Enough Is Enough!”

Enough with the time and money wasting lawsuits! That’s the latest word from Cowley County, which has now filed an injunction against a man who has brought a long string of unfounded claims against the county and others in an attempt to stop his... Read More.

ENOUGH OF THE DRAKES SAYS COWLEY COUNCILOR!

Enough with the time and money wasting lawsuits! That’s the latest word from Cowley County, which has now filed an injunction against a man who has brought a long string of unfounded claims against the county and others in an attempt to stop his... Read More.