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Newell signs with Cowley County to bowl
Alex Newell was in fifth grade when she found her passion. But it was the longevity that worried her. “I kind of fell in love with bowling,” said Newell, a Manhattan High senior bowler. “I didn’t know I was going to take it this far. As I progressed, I got better and better. I was like, ‘OK, I can p
Authorities in Cowley County investigating shooting
GUEDA SPRINGS, Kan. (KSNW) - Authorities are investigating a shooting that happened around 2:30 p.m Sunday in Gueda Springs. The victim reported that he had been shot in the head four or five times with a possible .22 caliber weapon and drove to his parent's home in Cowley County.
Caught On Video: Fight After Tulsa High School Basketball Game
Ponca City, Oklahoma - A fight at the end of a high school basketball game in Ponca City involving a team from Tulsa this week. In video obtained by News On 6, it shows a huge fight on the court just after the women's basketball game between Ponca City and Tulsa's East Central High School.
Bulldogs finish third at Perry
PERRY, Okla. — Several brackets came down to the to two seeds Saturday at the two-day Perry Tournament of Champions. The Arkansas City High School wrestling team was in plenty of them — enough to help the Bulldogs to a third-place finish in the prestigious 21-team tournament.
Cowley County deputies investigate BB gun incident
COWLEY COUNTY, Kan. (KAKE) - Cowley County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a shooting incident in Geuda Springs Sunday. The Wellington Daily News tells KAKE News that deputies were responding to an aggravated battery call involving a BB gun. The victim was taken to the local hospital with super
Wagoner's Shireman signs with Cowley County
Trystian Shireman, center, signed a college letter of intent on Wednesday, Nov. 28 with Cowley County Community College in Arkansas City, Kan. Shireman has finished third at the State tournament the last two years.
Oklahoma inmate walks away from halfway house in Ponca City
PONCA CITY, Okla. – The Oklahoma Department of Corrections says in inmate who walked away from a halfway house in Ponca City remains at large. The department said in a news release Friday that 45-year-old Paul Hartsell Jr. walked away from Bridgeway Inc. on November 25 and stole a van owned by the h
Board of Education: 788 Policy aims to prevent "medical marijuana overdose"
The Blackwell Board of Education has approved a policy strictly prohibiting the use of medical marijuana on school campuses. Schools and communities across Oklahoma are racing to change their policies to mesh with State Question 788, the state question passed in June that permits those who obtain a
Police Officers are still on scene as the investigation continues
At approximately 9:42pm Saturday night the Ponca City Communications Center received a 911 call reporting a shooting in the area of 13th Street and Scott Avenue. Police and Ambulance responded to the scene. The victim, an adult male, was transported by ambulance to Alliance Ponca City and then flown
Ark City car thieves steal sentimental item
ARKANSAS CITY, Kan. (KSNW) - - Arkansas City Police Department sent officers knocking on doors this week after an uptick in car thefts, especially with unlocked cars.
Here’s How to Sell Your Home in Arkansas City, Kansas – in 30 Days or Less!
There’s a great new strategy available for homeowners in Arkansas City, Kansas who need to sell their home very quickly. Sometimes, listing your home for sale with a traditional real estate agent simply doesn’t make sense – because it can take 60 days, 90 days, and sometimes even longer. If you don’
Kansas 4-H Science of Agriculture Challenge pushes students to find answers
“The nature of work and good research is failure.” Wade Weber, State 4-H program leader/department head for 4-H Youth Development at Kansas State University, said today’s youth need to develop more critical thinking skills. He, along with several others involved with the new Kansas 4-H Science of Ag
Winfield police search for shooting suspects
WINFIELD, Kan. (KAKE) - Authorities in Winfield are advising some residents to shelter in place as they search for two shooting suspects. Cowley County Emergency Management said Friday afternoon on Facebook that officers and deputies are searching the area of Canterbury Village, an apartment complex
Nashville Walmart says Kid Rock paid off hundreds of layaways
NASHVILLE (WKRN) - It looks like Kid Rock is spreading Christmas cheer in Nashville today. The Walmart on Dickerson Pike posted about it on their Facebook page saying,. "Our store got a call from Kid Rock saying that he wanted to pay off all of our customers’ remaining layaway balances! His gift is
From the Edge of the World: An Interview with Brian Phillips
HOW DO PEOPLE find meaning — in their history, in their community, in the landscape around them? Brian Phillips has traveled untold distances in search of an answer to this question, but he never quite figures it out. He knows he can’t, and that’s part of the fun. Instead, the essays documenting his
Cowley Co. authorities searching for shooting suspects in Winfield, 1 victim injured
WINFIELD, Kan. (KSNW) - Winfield police are searching for two suspects believed to be involved in a shooting Friday afternoon. One male victim was taken to a Wichita hospital. His condition is not known at this time.
Man Walks Away From Ponca City Halfway House
Ponca City, Oklahoma - The Oklahoma Department of Corrections is asking for your help finding a fugitive who walked away from a Ponca City halfway house Sunday. Paul Hartsell Jr. was serving time at Bridgeway Inc. for domestic assault and burglary when investigators say he stole a van from the halfw
PREP BASKETBALL Northside pushed, but holds on
FORT SMITH -- Though Fort Smith Northside coach Rickey Smith said he did not need it, his nationally ranked Lady Bears needed to be pushed in a tough game. Northside got it, needing late free throws to hold off Moore, Okla., 57-53 in the semifinals of the 2018 Taco Bell Tournament of Champions Frida
Five years after being sold, the plan is still to re-develop the former Wellington Junior High
It is a building that has seen decades of incredibly history since it’s birth in 1928. It has functioned as the Wellington High School, as well as the junior high. In 2004, the junior high had its final classes before moving into its new building down the street. Since 2013, it has been the property
Valley competes in first swimming events
Coach Abra Thieme encourages Valley Center swimmers during a relay event Nov. 29 in Newton. The Valley Center High School boys' swimming team competed in its first-ever invitational Nov. 29 at Newton. The Hornets scored 23 points as a team.