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February 13, 2016
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City discusses study on new fire/EMS, police facilities

A study on new fire/EMS and police facilities was presented during a Thursday work session attended by city staff, commissioners and representatives from the police department, fire/EMS department and USD 465.

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  1. Viking girls win in double overtime; boys fall to Augusta

    The Viking boys and girls teams showed leaps and bounds of improvement over Augusta Friday night after falling to them by a large margin earlier in the season. 
  2. Wichita attorney launches campaign for Pompeo's seat

    Dan Giroux, the Wichita Democrat who is challenging U.S. Rep. Mike Pompeo, stopped by the Courier for an interview Thursday.
  3. Two Ark City residents arrested following meth lab bust

    ARKANSAS CITY — Two Arkansas City residents were arrested for numerous methamphetamine-related and child endangerment charges after Cowley County Drug Task Force agents served a search warrant at a residence Wednesday afternoon.
  4. Delirium in the hospital

    Last summer, my grandmother was hospitalized for a knee replacement. The surgery went well and a full recovery was expected. On the second day of her hospital stay, however, she suddenly became confused. Her physician called this delirium and said this type of confusion is rather common in hospitalized patients. 
  5. Something’s fishy about these veggies

    After 20 years handling numerous operations for the company that owns both Sub and Stuff and Spaghetti Jacks restaurants, Gary Poulson opened his first Hog Wild Pit BBQ in 1998. After opening the seventh store in 2012, Poulson sold Hog Wild and went in search of his next venture. Nearly 35 years in the restaurant business fostered his growing concern about our food supply in the U.S., he saw our current way of growing livestock with added hormones and antibiotics and producing crops with Roundup ready seeds and GMOs (genetically modified organisms) as unsustainable and yearned to find a way to grow healthier food for his community. Poulsons family purchased 90 acres of land north of Hutchinson, and Wholesome Meadow Farms was born.
  6. Library renovation moves into final phase

    The Winfield Public Library is shifting into the final phase of its major renovation project. 
  7. Chicken & noodles at Marquee

    Blue aproned Soroptimist members serve lunch Thursday to attendees of the Second Thursday Marquee luncheon. The meal, consisting of chicken and noodles, rolls, dessert and drink, was dished up to the largest crowd yet. Diners from left are Cathy and Ralph Royston, David and Beverley Cheney and LaDonna and Earl Miller.  Soroptimists shown serving include Treva Harrod, Nancy Heinz, Donna Thompson and Betty Bradley. The lunches are provided on the second Thursday of each month at the Marquee Performing Arts Center, 1007 Main St., to help raise funds for the completion of the preservation and restoration of the former Winfield Fox Theatre building. (Special to the Courier)
  8. Mosaic employee Ploof still working at age 80

    Duane Ploof has been employed at Mosaic for 17 years. You might not think that it’s unusual to work somewhere for 17 years, but Duane is 80 years old.
  9. Douglass girls honor injured teammate

    It’s been a surprise months in the making. Ever since Douglass senior Cashlyn Munroe sustained a season-ending injury in December, it hasn’t set right with the team to be starting without one of their friends —  and someone who had contributed so much to their program. That thinking put coach Jason Wilson into action, and he arranged a surprise for the senior.
  10. Getting framed at the library

    A Bauer and Sons employee works hard to finish framing an office in the the expansion at Winfield Pubic Library. (Curtis Burke/Courier)
  11. No loafing around here

    Irving Elementary fourth-graders in Brittany Hartman’s class walked up to Grace United Methodist Church to proudly donate their homemade bread loaves to be used for community outreach.(Special to the Courier)
  12. Eagles and Wildcats split in Oxford

    It was two lopsided wins in Oxford Tuesday. The Udall girls won big, 59-35, against Oxford, and the Oxford boys won 63-44 against Udall.
  13. Archambeau's to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

    Raymond and Ruth Archambeau of Winfield will be the guests of honor at a reception celebrating their 50th anniversary from 2 to 5 p.m. Feb. 20 at the American Legion Post 10 in Winfield.
  14. Card shower requested for Montoyas’ upcoming 75th wedding anniversary

    The family of Clemente and Anita Montoya, Winfield, are requesting a card shower in honor of their 75th wedding anniversary.
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The Courier has opened its editorial columns to the ministers of the Winfield area, giving each in turn an opportunity to submit a guest editorial. The opinions expressed are those of the writer and do not necessarily agree with those of the Courier. Comments (0)

4-H Day gives youth an opportunity to shine

County 4-H Day is the first big event of the 4-H year. The annual event, held in February, is an opportunity for 4-H members to showcase a talent, hone public speaking skills, meet other 4-H members and learn more about their projects. This year, 4-H Day will be held Feb. 13 at Winfield Middle School. Members are busy putting the finishing touches on their presentations. Comments (0)

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