As Scott City Middle School third graders lined up to receive their newly issued identification cards and prepare for their first trip to the lunchroom, Rachel Rico began leading the procession dow
After years of debate, the Kansas Legislature may finally be ready to move forward with Medicaid expansion during the upcoming session which begins Jan. 13.
Employees with the City of Scott City will get a 1.6 percent cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) for 2020.
With three more physicians and nearly 11,000 more clinic visits annually, Ralph Reimer would expect the financial bottom line of the Kearny County Hospital to look significantly different from the
The much anticipated opening of the Scott Community Activity Center has finally arrived with the first basketball games in the new competition gym to be played on Tues., Jan. 7,