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BLM investigates horse deaths at temporary site in Scott Co.

The deaths of 57 horses being held at a Scott County feedlot are under investigation by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Representatives of the BLM were at the feedlot most of last week after being informed of the loss of horses which had been relocated to Scott County earlier this summer...
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football fever

Captain’s practices signal that season is close at hand Captain’s practices, as the name implies, is not a mandatory practice.It’s a voluntary week of practices - led by the team captains - that the Scott Community High School football team has in preparation for the two-a-day workouts...

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Rod Run weekend still a huge draw for SC

Few things can stir more memories than classic cars - whether it’s the first car owned by one’s grandfather, to the hot rod that one drove while dragging Main Street in the days when gas only cost 50 cents a gallon. Those memories will return once again when the Lake Scott Car Club hosts...

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Beach House continues to be focal point at Lake Scott

On a summer afternoon at Lake Scott there’s one place that is certain to be a hub of activity. The Beach House has been a part of the state park’s landscape for some 70 years. Architecturally, little has changed over the decades. The stucco building still has the familiar arched columns...

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laying the foundation

Summer weights critical to SC’s success It’s only eight weeks. That’s all the time that Scott Community High School athletes have during the summer weights program. But what they accomplish during June and July lays the foundation for the next nine months as the Beavers prepare...

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Area may finally be seeing brief end to drought

Favorable pattern may last through winter Storm clouds that actually produce rain have become a regular - and welcome - occurrence across Scott County and large swaths of the region over the past couple of months. In June and July alone, Scott City has recorded 9.95 inches of rainfall after getting...

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Cupp is Division II champion

Conner Cupp claimed a Division II championship and added a pair of third place medals in the Division II Swim Championships in Manhattan. Cupp posted his fastest time of the season in winning the 50m backstroke in 39.14. The 12-year-old also added third place finishes in the 50m butterfly (39.79) and...

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80th birthday reception Aug. 16 for Rohrbough

Irene Pauline Rohr-bough, Scott City, will celebrate her 80th birthday with a reception on Sat., Aug. 16. Her children will be hosting the occasion from 2:00-4:00 p.m. at the Bryan Conference Center, 416 Main St., Scott City. She was born August 12, 1934, in Marienthal, the daughter of John and Barbara...

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Margaret K. Stoppel

Margaret K. Stoppel, 93, died August 2, 2014, at the Lakepoint Augusta Assisted Living Center, Augusta. She was born on March 29, 1921, in Scott County, the daughter of Edgar K. and Flora (Bockelman) Strickert. Margaret’s father passed away when she was six-years-old. Her mother later married...

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Primus Suppes

Primus Suppes, 94, died August 3, 2014, at Park Lane Nursing Home, Scott City. He was born on Sept. 28, 1919, in Liebenthal, to Adam and Mary  (Herrman) Suppes. He grew up living and working on the family farm east of Loretto. Coming from a family of German immigrants, he learned English as a...

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Glenda I. Rupp

Glenda I. Rupp, 79, died August 2, 2014, at her home in Scott City. She was born on May 11, 1935, in Scott County, the daughter of Glen Grafton and Irene Mae (Holmes) Cunningham. A lifetime resident of Scott City, she worked at Security State Bank and was the owner and operator of Rupp Liquor, both...

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Fensters to celebrate 40th wedding anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Fenster, Healy, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on Aug. 4. Steve Fenster and Lois Jennison were married on August 4, 1974, at Healy. The couple has two children, Danielle and Jeremy Demuth, Pratt, and Kurt Fenster and Sarah Tomek, Vernon, Conn.   They also have...

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Davis rides discontent with fiscal ‘experiment’

Education is No. 1 issue with voters _____________________ Paul Davis is an optimist. That’s a prerequisite for being a politician. But optimism doesn’t begin to describe what was going through Davis’s mind when he decided to run for governor against a Republican incumbent in a Tea...

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