When more than 90 percent of producers agree with the need to reduce groundwater use and about 84 percent agree it needs to be done in order to secure a way of life for future generations, that leaves one big question unanswered.
Two sites at Lake Scott State Park will be the focus of the Kansas Archeological Training Program (KATP) when it returns for a two-week stay from June 5-21.
A day of job-shadowing was anything but ordinary for Scott Community High School juniors.
Scott City junior Jaden Jones assists veterinarian Stacy Rogers as she performs an amputation of a dog’s leg at Miller Veterinary Clinic.
The Scott City Council was informed at Tuesday’s meeting that Sgt. Jason Wolfe was no longer with the police department.