Two fishermen enjoy a relaxing evening as the sun sets on Lake Scott. The coronavirus pandemic has driven record attendance at Lake Scott State Park this spring with 45,570 visitors during May and record revenue of $67,643 during the month. In addition, there were 1,819 visitors at Little Jerusalem Badlands State Park during May. (Record Photo)
The Scott County Fair will proceed as normal from July 14-18.
Tracey Mann brought his message of fiscal responsibility and Obamacare repeal to Western Kansas as part of his campaign to keep the First District Congressional seat in Republican hands.
Scott County has been allocated $132,000 in coronavirus relief funds that will be distributed among local businesses to provide some financial relief from the shutdown during the pandemic.
Scott City took another step towards reopening as part of the coronavirus pandemic when the city pool opened to a limited number of swimmers on Wednesday. Among those enjoying a break from 95-degree heat was six-year-old Sadie Carter. Only 23 swimmers during four sessions will be allowed through the rest of this week, increasing to 38 swimmers on June 8. Barring a surge in coronavirus cases, the pool and community will be open to unlimited mass gatherings starting June 15. (Record Photo)