The Scott City Council was informed at Tuesday’s meeting that Sgt. Jason Wolfe was no longer with the police department.
Two sites at Lake Scott State Park will be the focus of the Kansas Archeological Training Program (KATP) when it returns for a two-week stay from June 5-21.
Scott City junior Jaden Jones assists veterinarian Stacy Rogers as she performs an amputation of a dog’s leg at Miller Veterinary Clinic.
A day of job-shadowing was anything but ordinary for Scott Community High School juniors.
As a Chiefs’ Superfan, it’s not surprising that the X-Factor (aka, Ty Rowton) finds himself riding the highs and lows of his beloved team.
The Scott Community High School wrestling squad figures to be in the hunt for a regional title when it travels to Concordia this weekend for tournament action.
When warming up prior to Tuesday night’s game, Scott Community High School senior Hunter Yager was struggling with his long-range shooting.
Lyndi Rumford has made a commitment to play basketball at the college level.
The disappointment on Sarah McCormick's face and in her voice was unmistakable following Friday's game at Hugoton.
Scott Community High School only trailed for 10 seconds in Tuesday's non-league game against Southwestern Heights.
When Democratic presidential candidates roll out proposals to provide a tuition-free college education or Medicare-for-All it’s reasonable to ask, “How will it be paid for?”
Crystal Mason is a name that few people will be familiar with outside of the Texas prison system.
By Rod Haxton
Like nearly all Americans of a certain age, I was told in school that tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana are gateway drugs - and that is why marijuana should remain illegal.
By Jill Richardson
In the aftermath of the impeachment trial, Sen.
A proposal calling for a 25% reduction in irrigation usage in Wichita County will be among the topics discussed during the Groundwater Management District No. 1 annual meeting next week.
TOPEKA - A proposal to ban all fruity and sweet vaping flavors in Kansas has upset both pro-vaping and anti-tobacco groups.
By Celia Llopis-jepsen
If you feel like you can’t think straight after a sleepless night, new research suggests you are not imagining things.
Special education services in USD 466 (Scott County) and the state Special Olympics have been presented with more than $4,300 in donations from the local Knights of Columbus Council No. 5212.
On Sun., Feb. 23, a geocache workshop will be held in the Prairie Museum, Colby, from 2:00-4:00 p.m., It will be hosted by Flint Hills Geocache member and facilitator Ryan Semmel.
TOPEKA - The new Medicaid expansion bill, the product of a compromise between Democratic Gov.
By Nomin Ujiyediin
Barbara Jane Huber, 72, died Feb. 6, 2020, at Hays Medical Center, Hays.
She was born July 16, 1947, in Scott City, the daughter of Orville Lloyd and Elnor Hope (Hinderliter) Krehbiel.
Leverne N. Huslig, 96, died on Feb. 16, 2020.
He was born on Feb. 10, 1924, to Leo and Mary (Boor) Huslig on a farm near Hitschmann, Ks., the oldest of eight children.
Warren Henry “Hank” Robertson, 81, Tribune, died on Feb. 8, 2020, at Wesley Medical Center, Wichita.
Toby G. Eaton, 43, died Feb. 8, 2020, in Hutchinson.
He was born on Jan. 29, 1977, in Goodland, the son of Steve and Kathy Eaton.
Delmar D. Post, 80, died Feb. 10, 2020, at Western Plains Medical Complex, Dodge City.
He was born on March 7, 1939, in Osborne, the son of James O. and Lenna (Gregory) Post.
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