The Scott City Council gave its approval to a preliminary engineering report which is necessary to proceed with the application for a state loan to upgrade its water system.
There are two ways to go about seeing the country when participating in the annual Trans Am event.
One of two vacancies on the USD 466 (Scott County) board of education was filled on Monday evening when Scott Noll was sworn in to complete an unfinished term.
Now that the tennis courts have been removed, the board of education has addressed the additional parking lot on the north side of the football complex.
After the young lords and ladies had long since departed for their castles and the stockade blocks had been put into storage, the first Renaissance Faire in Scott City was rated “a good start,” by
For a number of athletes playing in the Kansas Shrine Bowl, it’s the last time they will ever compete in a football game.
If members of the Scott Community High School volleyball team take one lesson away from their summer workouts it’s to make yourself more uncomfortable.
The Scott City Stars swim team opened their season with a strong showing in the relays, winning six gold medals at the Great Bend meet on Saturday.
Skylar Thomas has always wanted the opportunity to be the go-to guy for the Kansas State University football team.
He’ll get that opportunity this fall.
Beavers overcome emotions, rain delays for third state title in 4 years
I didn’t serve in Vietnam.
By Rod Haxton
In our politics as in our daily lives, we live on a spectrum of forgiveness so wide that it’s hard to stretch the meaning of the word to cover it all.
By Nancy Gibbs
It’s one thing to be a loyal political subject, as Congressman Roger Marshall has proven to be for the Trump monarchy.
“I think that America goes around starting fires and then leaves,” was an initial proclamation from a rather outspoken Chinese professor across the table from me.
By John Schrock
I’m announcing my candidacy for president of the United States.
By Rod Haxton
With all the natural disasters happening in and around the state, it’s another reminder to be prepared.
Bill and Edith Brown celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on Jan. 4, 2019.
Bill Brown and Edith Eberhardt were married in Hettinger County, N.D.
Terry and Lora Wycoff announce the engagement and upcoming wedding of their daughter, Kelly, to Brett Meyer, son of Joe and Margie Meyer, all of Scott City.
Award winning Elvis tribute artist Frank Werth and the Vibrations will be performing songs by the legendary singer on Sun., June 9, 2:00 p.m., at the Opera House in Grainfield.
I love fresh vegetables and grilling makes it easy and fun.
By Carol Ann Crouch
Charles Leon Costello, Jr., was born on Sept. 17, 1932, in Scott City.
Charles passed away on May 30, 2019.
Phillip E. “Flip” Paul, Jr., 83, of Wichita, Ks., passed away, Tues., June 4, 2019, in Hugo, Okla. He had been in a care facility since 2014, suffering with dementia and other health issues.
Susan Sheaffer Taylor passed into the waiting arms of her daughters, Nancy and Lydia, and husband, Charlie, on Fri., June 7, 2019.
Harold Eugene Partin, 75, died June 2, 2019, at his home.
He was born Nov. 27, 1943, in Garden City, the son of Miles and Opal Partin.
Orville “June” Ives, Jr., 84, died May 30, 2019, at his home in Scott City.
He was born June 3, 1934, in Belgrade, Mo., the son of Orville Osco, Sr., and Lottie (Jenkins) Ives.
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