Scott City

Veteran’s Day in Scott County

Every edge of our country is touched by the stories of war. It wasn’t many years ago that one was not asked, “Did you serve?” but “What branch did you serve?” And although there may be gaps in our ranks, Americans can agree that our military deserves honor and recognition […]

FHSU officials visit Garden City alumni

By SCOTT AUST Speaking about some of the current trends in higher education during a stop in Garden City on Thursday, Fort Hays State University Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Joey Linn said FHSU continues to work on a priority set by the Kansas Board of Regents to improve […]

Trunk Talks

The El Quartelejo Museum is excited to announce their upcoming programs, Trunk Talks, which will run September 2017 to May 2018.  This series of traveling resource trunks through Kansas State Historical Society is created for teachers, youth leaders, museums, libraries, and other Kansans who are looking for a unique and educational […]

K-State Research and Extension News features Earl Roemer

By Ron Wilson, director of the Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development at Kansas State University Food is necessary for life. For those with food allergies, the right kind of food is vital.  When someone with gluten intolerance or another food allergy finds a tasty food which is healthy […]

Scott City Back to School Backpack Drive

It’s that time of the year again, BACK TO SCHOOL.  For some it is looked forward to in eager anticipation, but for others it can be a time of anxiousness.  One way to help is by giving kids a bit of confidence with a new backpack filled with new school […]

Scott County Free Fair celebrates 70th Birthday!

This week, the Scott County Free Fair will celebrate its 70th Birthday!  Although the County Fair can be traced back to the early 1900s, it became official in 1947 with the formation of the Fair Board and the dedication of the new grounds and grandstand. Happenings in early days of the […]