While a career in the medical field has always interested Max Contreras, there has also been a certain amount of hesitation.
It could be said that the Scott Community Foundation’s latest achievement has been a success story two decades in the making.
Persons whose last name begins with the letter A are reminded that license tags must be purchased by Monday, March 1, to avoid a penalty.
The Scott City Council’s thoughts of extending Eighth Street in order to provide another access to the Eastridge Addition were dealt a jolt on Tuesday evening during a Zoom meeting with their engin
Extended temperatures near zero degrees and lower provided a good layer of ice at Lake Scott this week.
For three consecutive weekends, Gabe Bowers has been frustrated by losses in the championship finals to Colby’s Declan Ryan.
For the Scott City boys to find success on the basketball court this season has had to begin on the defensive side of the ball.
The strategy was pretty simple for the Class 3A regional wrestling tournament.
Having seen most of their eight point lead disappear in the first four minutes of the fourth quarter, the Scott City boys were in need of something - or someone - to steal the momentum from Cimarro
More native Kansan milers (four) have made the U.S. Olympic team than have run a sub-four mile indoors on Kansas soil.
By Rod Morrow Milesplit
If you haven’t had a chance to view a video reenactment of how NASA was able to land the Perseverance rover on Mars last week, do so.
Groundhog Day is behind us, but that hasn’t prevented the Kansas Legislature from trying to relive the same, old tax fiasco and waking up each time to a familiar story line.
By Rod Haxton, Editor
“You can’t handle the truth,” as Jack Nicholson famously said as Col. Nathan Jessep in “A Few Good Men.”
Texans like to think of themselves as their own country - big enough to weather anything and to solve their own problems. Mother Nature has proven herself bigger and badder than Texas.
To paraphrase Winston Churchill, “Never in the field of human conflict have so many worked so hard to do so little to protect our democracy.”
By Rod Haxton, Editor
Twenty-four members of the High Plains Study Club met at the Holy Cross Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall on Feb. 1 8 .
There were 386 students earning first semester academic honors at Scott City Middle School.
Health care groups in Kansas are seeking to improve the state’s telemedicine regulations in response to increased use of the service during the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Miranda Davis The Kansas Reflector
People have a lot of questions about COVID-19 vaccines - not just how to get them, their efficacy, and their safety but real-world questions, too, about what habits and pandemic practices will chan
As Valentine’s Day approaches, it is especially fitting that we consider how to help those we love keep their heart and brain healthy and strong.
By Jennifer Lasalle
Eugene Leon “Bear” Harkness, 76, died on Feb. 18, 2021, at his home in Leoti.
He was born on Oct. 6, 1944, in Scott City, the son of Elmer and Clara (Moore) Harkness.
Mary Cleatus Armstrong, 95, died on Feb. 17, 2021, in Topeka.
She was born in Scott City to Paul and Zelda Ruth in 1925.
Curtis “Jack” Steele, 84, died at his home in Tucson, Ariz., on Feb. 8, 2021, with his devoted four-legged companion at his side.
John Robert Cupp, 70, died at his home on Jan. in Dighton.
He was born on May 1, 1950, in Ordway, Colo., the son of George and Mary (Bonham) Cupp.
Franklin Keana Opunui, 84, died Jan. 7, 2021, at Park Lane Nursing Home, Scott City.
He was born on Nov. 3, 1936, in Maui, Hi., the son of John Likua Opunui and Mary Ellen Elaina Huihui.
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