A centennial celebration is often seen as an opportunity to look at the past. Kansas Farm Bureau President Rich Felts says the organization’s three-day centennial tour was an opportunity to
A $4 million hike in Scott County’s assessed valuation played a role in the ability of local units of government to cut tax levies for the upcoming fiscal year. But
Scott City Police Chief Chris Jurgens has been placed on administrative leave pending the investigation of an alleged domestic disturbance at his home.
When USD 466 voters narrowly approved a $25 million bond issue for major construction projects within Scott County school district, the board of education pledged it wouldn’t require a tax increase