With about $1.1 million in project costs yet to be approved, the USD 466 board of education is still looking for ways to bring the district-wide construction under budget. Voters
It was a little more than 21 years ago when Annette Orr took her first child to a local daycare when she was two-months-old. That didn’t last long. “I found
During her time as the Scott City Chamber of Commerce director, Lindsay Singley has heard too often from businesses how difficult it is to hire a quality workforce. The Chamber,
One man, one vote is a core democratic principle. But what happens when one man represents 10 votes, or 20, or 30? That’s the question facing Groundwater Management District No.
When most people see a hole in the ground, Vance and Louise Ehmke see something much more. They see a window to what life was like on the Great Plains