As a four-year-old in his mother’s studio, Kade Bonville can recall his first artistic experience.
Local law enforcement is adding to their crime solving capabilities with the hiring of a full-time investigator to begin duties on June 26.
Scott City water customers will soon see a $1.29 increase in their basic rates in order for the city to upgrade electronic meter reading equipment used by the public works department.
How many times can you cross Kansas and still consider it a new adventure?
The answer is at least 43 . . . and counting.
It was expected that the Scott County (USD 466) school district would be a big winner under a new school finance formula that was being crafted by the Kansas Legislature.