After a long evening in the arena, 10-year-old Kamdyn Moore stretches his neck during the beef showmanship competition on Wednesday evening at the Scott County Fair
The traditional parade, kids games and the popular tasting booths are among the events that will wrap up Fair week in Scott County.
A near accident has prompted a Scott City resident to ask the city council to take steps to repair about 200 feet of frontage street east of US83 Highway, south of Scott County Lumber.
It could be said that Ron Baker is a throwback to another basketball era- to a time when players weren’t afraid to get their noses bloodied playing tough defense or driving to the basket on offense
If the late summer camp offers a measure of what to expect when the season begins, then Scott Community High School cross country coach Kevin Reese is pleased with what he saw.
Scott City won three of their four games in the State NBC 14U baseball tournament, but the one that got away may linger for awhile.
Riding his white steed and tipping his white hat toward the great State of Kansas, Sen.
By Rod Haxton, editor
We’ve become accustomed to the Kansas Department of Revenue making excuses for abysmal tax receipts over the last few years in defense of drastic tax cuts.
Forward thinking in Washington these days is limited to federal lawmakers scheming new and innovative ways to bolster the fortunes of the ultrawealthy at the expense of just about everyone else.
By Josh Hoxie
A patriotic quilt that Chelsie Rose entered in this year’s Scott County Fair will be used to aid veterans and their families later this fall.
Kate Rogers isn’t a bowler, but when you have access to anything you need in a bowling alley it’s hard not to let your imagination run wild.
William Comstock is a legend familiar to those who know the history of Fort Wallace.
Wanda Depperschmidt, 83, died July 14, 2017, in Scott City. She was born Feb.
A memorial service for Marie Sanborn will be Sat., July 22, 2:00 p.m., at Immanuel Southern Baptist Church, Scott City, with Rev. Robert Nuckolls presiding. Marie Sanborn, 51, died Aug.
Marie Catherine Baker, 94, died July 16, 2017, at the Wichita County Health Center, Leoti. She was born July 23, 1922, in Mar ienthal, the daughter of Frank and Elizabeth (Berning) Kohl.