In order to have a successful business, one has to know what their potential customer base is looking for.
At Scott Community High School that’s a pretty easy need to identify.
A trip to the dentist is rarely on any youngster’s wish list. So, the dentist made a trip to Scott City Elementary School and Scott City Middle School on Tuesday.
Scott County taxpayers will have a smaller window in which to pay their property taxes this year.
It’s never a question of if, but when , the Scott City Middle School eighth graders will decide to put a game away.
A week earlier it was the Scott City Beavers who were on the short end of a lopsided disadvantage in time of possession.
Scott Community High School has found a formula for success.
Fall behind by two touchdowns, score a touchdown late in the first half and toss a shutout in the second half.
I received considerable feedback from my last column describing how China could not get student teachers to return to the countryside schools.
By John Schrock
We’ve learned over the years that one should never judge the people of another country by the same moral standards that we have.
Take Alabama, for example.
By Rod Haxton
When reading “The Castle and the Attic,” which is set in the Middle Ages, Ethan Shapland was particularly intrigued by the weaponry used in medieval times.
There will be plenty of opportunity to begin putting on a few holiday pounds and to begin spreading holiday cheer with Thanksgiving and Christmas approaching.
Do you find things just don’t taste as good as they used to? Do you find yourself adding extra salt or sugar to foods to get more flavor?
Newly unsealed testimony given by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach suggests he knew that the federal motor voter law might have to be amended for states to require proof of citizenship for vot
By Celia Llopis-Jepsen
Toni L. Patton, 77, died Nov. 8, 2017, at Park Lane Nursing Home, Scott City. She was born June 28, 1940, in Garden City, the daughter of Ted E.
Rick Anthony Sneath, 56, died Oct. 30, 2017, at his home in Claremore, Okla. He was born March 30, 1961, the son of Glen Eldon and Annette Marie (Dobrinski) Sneath.
Grace Piros Witt, 91, of Salina, died on Nov. 6. She was born in Scott City on Nov. 14, 1925, the daughter of Nick and Opal (Gross) Piros.