Petitions are being circulated to protest a proposed one mill increase in the tax levy for the Scott Recreation Commission.
When Chad and Suzanne Griffith gave their new Chunkinator a test run they weren’t quite sure what to expect from their newly acquired air-powered cannon.
With less than a month remaining until the general election, Greg Orman is unwavering in his prospect of being the next governor of Kansas.
The Northern Cheyenne were the victims of government policy when they were relocated to northern Oklahoma.
When Congressman Roger Marshall was elected over incumbent Tim Huelskamp two years ago it was with the promise that he would get on the House Ag Committee and represent Kansas farmers.
When your opportunities to touch the ball are limited, you have to make the most of them.
A trip to the state wasn’t on the line. Not even the title of the Scott City Invitational.
Revenge is sweet, made even sweeter when it results in a trip to the state tournament.
On Military Night, the Russell Broncs had to feel like they had been trampled underfoot by General Wyatt Hayes and his Beaver Army.
The Scott Community High School volleyball team has gained momentum at the right time of the season with wins in nine of their last 11 matches.
It was Mark Twain who famously said, “. . . the report of my death was an exaggeration.”
By Rod Haxton
The region’s antitrust enforcer is launching an inquiry into Amazon’s relationships with its third-party resellers, zeroing in on the data that Amazon collects from those resellers and whether that
By Isaiah Poole
It’s not often that a real, live president of the United States visits Kansas.
By Rod Haxton
Greg Orman is not going to be Kansas’ next governor, but he probably will determine who is.
By Davis Merritt
A decade ago, computer advocates and digital devotees proclaimed that Kindles and other e-readers would totally replace books by 2015.
By John Schrock
First the circus closed, now the beasts on boxes of animal crackers have been turned loose.
Randy and Cindy Scheuerman, Scott City, and Greg and Shairlyn Wasinger, Scott City, announce the engagement of their children, Alyssa Scheuerman and Gage Casey.
Dennis and Sue Woods, Scott City, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sat., Oct. 13.
The High Plains Study Club met Sept. 20 with a brunch at the home of Joy Cole. This was the beginning of the calendar year, which runs until May.
George and Janet Tecklenburg will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on Sept. 26.
George Tecklenburg and Janet Matthies were married in Garden City on Sept. 26, 1968.
Lula B. Russell, 96, died Oct. 6, 2018, at the Scott County Hospital, Scott City. S h e was born May 5, 1922, in Paige City, the daughter of Henry Hayes and Eva Mae (Lemmons) Williams.
Margie L. Allen, 76, died Oct. 8, 2018, at the Kansas City Hospice House, Kansas City, Mo. S h e was born Feb. 25, 1 9 4 2 , in Scott County, the daughter of LeRoy and Mary (Kessler) Beeson.
Harold Dean Stewart, 77, died Sept. 26, 2018, at the Morton County Hospital, Elkhart. H e was born Sept. 15, 1941, in Grigston, the son of Tom and Mildred (Payton) Stewart.
Lorena Turley, 99, died Sept. 28, 2018, at Park Lane Nursing Home, Scott City. She was born May 26, 1919, in Scott County, the daughter of Irvin Henry and Lottie (Ryan) See.
Anita M. McCollum, 65, died Sept. 27, 2018, at the Scott County Hospital, Scott City. She was born Dec.
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