Scott County property owners will see a two mill drop in their tax levy at the county level in the 2020 budget that has been proposed by county commissioners.
There were no changes in leadership on the USD 466 (Scott County) board of education during their annual reorganizational meeting on Monday.
The wheat harvest that would never begin has officially become the harvest that will never end.
Whether talking about the tariff war with China, immigration or health care, Congressman Roger Marshall leaves no doubt that he’s a strong supporter of President Trump.
Records are meant to be broken and for the Scott County Hospital it has almost come to be expected over the past two decades.
Even with the first competition more than two months away, SCHS cross-country coach Kevin Reese still wants his team to think about what it will take to be ready for next season.
When you’ve walked away from the state track meet with three individual gold medals there’s little doubt that you’re among the best.
Now Marshall Faurot is the “best of the best.”
The Wichita County High School football team didn’t have big numbers at their summer camp, but that didn’t prevent it from making a big impression.
Brett Meyer has a simple philosophy when it comes to running - the only time being in the lead matters is at the end of a race.
Even as a returning champion from last year’s Walk•Run•Roll event, Gage Garcia knew that last Saturday’s race would offer a tougher challenge.
“It was looking bleak for General Washington and the Continental Army as the rag-tag militia looked across the Gettysburg battlefield at the superior Confederate Army led by turncoat General Benedi
By Rod Haxton
You know that feeling you get from witnessing something so shocking that it makes you feel the world has gone mad, even as you simultaneously feel incapable of greeting it with the appropriate out
By Paul Waldman
Rod Haxton, editor
The Presidential Medal of Freedom honors individuals for significant achievements and contributions.
By Rod Haxton, editor
America now has more billionaires than at any time in history, while most Americans are struggling to make ends meet.
By Robert Reich
Once again, Donald Trump has reaffirmed that he has accomplished more than any president in history since the beginning of presidents and history.
By Rod Haxton
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Noll of Scott City and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vasko of Medway, Mass., announce the engagement of their daughter, Amelia Noll, to Michael Kirkus, son of Mr. and Mrs.
With all the rainfall we’ve had this year, conditions have been ideal for mosquitoes.
The USDA estimates about 20 percent of the energy used in the United States is used for food production, transport, processing, packaging, distribution, storage, sales and household food handling.
Restoring an older vehicle is something that Al Cook has always wanted to do.
A 1929 Ford Model A delivery truck fulfilled that ambition for the longtime Dighton resident.
Neal and Julie O’Brien will be celebrating their 50th anniversary on Sat., June 22, with a reception from 3:00-5:00 p.m. at St.
Anita Berning Hanzlick, 72, died June 16, 2019.
She was born Jan. 7, 1947, the daughter of Ludwig and Anna (Bieker) Berning, in Scott City.
Robert Eugene Farr, Sr., 75, died July 1, 2019, at Hays Medical Center in Hays.
H e was born Sept. 13, 1943, in Garden City, the son of Paul Thomas and Wanetta Marie (Rowton) Farr.
Hugh Gresty, Jr., 91, died June 21, 2019, at the Scott County Hospital.
H e was born April 17, 1928 in Coldwater, the son of Hugh and Anna (Lenz) Gresty.
Doris A. Stegall, 69, died June 24, 2019, at the Hays Medical Center, Hays.
She was born Aug. 23, 1949, in Scott City, the daughter of Benjamin and Ruby (Woods) Holiman.
Sue Maness passed away on June 15, 2019, in Wichita Falls, Tex., at the age of 70.
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