Experience paid off for two Scott Community High School seniors who have advanced to the National Catholic Forensics League Grand National Tournament to be held in Washington, D.C., later this spri
Youth & Education
Kevin Herndon demands to know from heaven’s receptionist why God is late for a 3:00 appointment during the Scott Community High School production of the one-act play, “The Appointment.” It will be
Students in Kansas are bearing more than two thirds of the cost of their education at public universities in the state.
KASB, school administrators, builders and bond consultants earlier this week urged the House K-12 Education Budget Committee to rescind a cap on school bond issues.
Hands-on science activities have been added to the kindergarten classrooms at Scott City Elementary School as the result of a grant awarded by Midwest Energy.