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Florists in Arkansas City, KS

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Arkansas City Flower Shops

Ark City Greenhouses

836 E Kansas
Arkansas City, KS 67005
(620) 442-2980

Dillons

425 N Summitt
Arkansas City, KS 67005
(620) 442-1666

Arkansas City KS News

Dec 30, 2015

Interstate 69 status will be subject of Monday afternoon meeting

Coalition will also be discussed. The superhighway will enter Arkansas on a new bridge that will cross the Mississippi River between Benoit, MS and Arkansas City, AR. The road will pass north of McGehee, to Monticello. It will cross the Ouachita River north of El Dorado, and bypass the northwest area of El Dorado. It will cross U.S. 82 between El Dorado and Magnolia, and enter Louisiana just north of Haynesville. At present, the highway will cut through about 11 miles of Southwestern Columbia County, but no highway exits are planned in the county. The only portion of Interstate 69 currently under construction in Arkansas is bypass around Monticello, which will connect with an extension of Interstate 530 from Pine Bluff. (Magnoliareporter)

Dec 30, 2015

Marvin Baumgardner

Braman, Oklahoma, the son of the late Joseph Fran (Ethel Beatrice Frazier) Baumgardner. Completing his education in local schools, he graduated from Arkansas City High School and then joined the United States Navy. After completing boot camp and radio school, he was transferred to Port Lyautey, Morocco for two years. His next transfer was to Skaggs Island near Napa, where he fell in love with and knew it was where he wanted to retire. While stationed at Skaggs Island, his childhood sweetheart Ynona Faye “Noni” Hoffmann, and her mother Florence, moved to Berkeley to be near. Noni and Marv were married the next year on December 28, 1952. After 20 years in the Navy, Marv retired at Skaggs Island, January 10, 1968 as Communication Technician Chief Petty Officer. During his service in the Navy he was stationed in San Diego, California; Bainbridge Island, Washington; Morocco; Skaggs Island (twice); Japan (twice ~ Kami Seya and Yokohama); Wahiawa, Hawaii; Northwest, Virginia (Norfolk); and Adak Alaska. Marv’s Masonic life started in the Yokuska (Japan) Masonic Lodge # 120; June, 1964. During that same year he joined both the Scottish Rite Bodies and the Islam Shrine of San Francisco, (both in Tokyo, Japan). The following year Marv moved to Napa, and affiliated with Silverado Lodge #782 (now Napa Valley Lodge) and later Yount Lodge #12. In the early 70’s both ... (Napa Valley Register)

Dec 30, 2015

(With video) $1.2 billion for Great River Bridge needed to make Interstate 69 ...

EL DORADO – Construction of the proposed Great River Bridge near Arkansas City is the key that will unlock construction of Interstate 69 across South Arkansas and North Louisiana. That was the message Arkansas highway officials delivered to area leaders Monday during a meeting at South Arkansas Community College. (CLICK THE YOUTUBE VIDEO LINK AT LEFT to see more coverage of this meeting. The video runs 1 hour, 17 minutes.) The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department is buying right-of-way for the bridge and 16 miles of highway roadbed between the proposed bridge location on the Mississippi River and the city of McGehee, said Director Scott Bennett. Plans are being prepared for delivery into the hands of a successful bidder. There’s only one problem – the state doesn’t have its $900 million share for bridge and approach costs. The State of Mississippi doesn’t have its $300 million, either. Federal aid will be essential to build the bridge, which represents approximately a third of the total estimated cost of completing Interstate 69 in t... (Magnoliareporter)