The next time Scott City voters elect a mayor it likely won’t be for just a two year term.
Four-year-old Avelynn Bailey (left) and Blakley Gentry, 4, had reason to be excited as they cheered on the Scott Community High School basketball teams to a win on the home floor recently.
It didn’t take the Scott City Council long to fill a vacancy on its police department with the hiring of Charles Semenko at Monday’s meeting.
It’s not every business that can write off more than $9 million in expected revenue and consider it a “good year.”
For many people, coffee is seen as a pick-me-up during their day.