-The Southwestern College Summer Theatre Festival will present Roald Dahl’s Tony Award-winning “Matilda The Musical” on Friday and Saturday, July 9 and 10 at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, July 11 at 2 p.m., in the Richardson Performing Arts Center on the campus of Southwestern College. “Matilda The Musical” has won 47 international awards and continues to thrill audiences of all ages around the world. The production is family friendly and intended for all ages to enjoy. Ticket prices are $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, and $6 for youth and students. To make a reservation call (620) 229-6272 or (620)221-7720, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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City-Cowley County Health Department says Every three years local members of the health care community undergo the process of evaluating the overall status and perception of our community health. The process known as the “Community Health Needs Assessment” (CHNA) is a vital function that helps us work to deliver the most impactful services that we can for our community. Information learned in this process drives our “Community Health Improvement Plan” (CHIP). This process does not just benefit the Health Department it is instrumental for our hospitals, clinics and private providers and allows all of us to have direct input from residents from all parts of Cowley County. Please take the time log in to the survey and answer the questions.. The link to the survey is: www.surveymonkey.com/r/CowleyCo_CHNA2021
Kansas Department of Revenue: If your Kansas license or ID has expired from March 12, 2020-March 30, 2021, you need to renew. Your deadline to renew is Wednesday, June 30. Driver’s license renewals can be completed online at ikan.ks.gov/. Walk-in customers are welcome. Customers with appointments receive priority.
Governor Laura Kelly encouraged all Kansans to get the COVID-19 vaccine to protect themselves and their communities from the rapidly spreading Delta variant. “The Delta variant is rapidly spreading in neighboring states, and the best way to protect yourself, your community, and finally get our state back to normal is by getting vaccinated,” said Governor Laura Kelly.
From the city of Ark city – Starting immediately, West Washington Avenue will be closed to through traffic between Fourth and Fifth streets due to a collapsed stormwater culvert under the road that requires repairs. Public Services Superintendent Tony Tapia said emergency repair work commenced today, as soon as the problem was discovered. Westbound traffic will be detoured north on Fourth Street to West Fifth Avenue, which will allow vehicles to continue west on Fifth Avenue, around Paris Park and the Agri-Business Building, back to Washington Avenue at Sixth or Seventh streets. Eastbound traffic can follow the same route, in reverse. The Public Services Department’s Street and Stormwater Division will work as quickly as possible to repair Washington Avenue, Tapia said, but he estimated repairs to the base and surface will take at least two weeks.
Cowley College -Sumner County has announced that IT camp dates are set for July. The high school camp is July 20-22 from 9am until noon. The middle school camp is July 27-July 30, from 9am until noon. The camps take place in the Caldwell Community Building. Sign up by July 9th, via the facebook page or email. You can email email@example.com with your name, age and shirt size.
The Kansas Department of Agriculture food safety and lodging program will host an online public forum on Monday, July 12, at 3:00 p.m. to share proposed updates to the Kansas Food Code. The Kansas Food Code establishes food safety regulations that govern food establishments. Interested parties can preview the proposed updates on the KDA website ahead of the forum. To participate in the forum, individuals will need to register so they can receive the Zoom link.
USD 470’s next Greenbush Mobile STREAM Lab is July 13-15 and we are opening it up to students who just completed grades K-4! Call 620-441-2000 to sign-up! This 3-day camp features energetic, engaging, and hands-on activities focused on engineering and design principles as well as coding and robotics.
From USD 470 – Ark City Public Schools: Interested in our amazing PreK program for the 2021-2022 school year? Call 620-441-2075 for more information and to schedule your child’s screening! This is free pre-k for kids ages three and four.
The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) requests comments on an amendment to the FFY 2021-2024 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) document. The STIP is a project specific publication that lists all KDOT administered projects, regardless of funding source, and includes projects for counties and cities as well as projects on the State Highway System. The list of projects being amended to the STIP can be viewed at www.ksdot.org/bureaus/burProgProjMgmt/stip/stip.asp