The final public forum on a proposed $40.8 million school bond issue drew further discussion on the tax impact and purpose behind the planned district-wide improvement projects. About 10 people turned out for the final forum... >>
Debbie Karnes' Winfield Scott Elementary second-grade class practice a safe fire route during a simulation of a building fire Wednesday as part of Fire Prevention Education Month. Fort Scott fire fighters used a fire safety... >>
The newest members of the FSCC Athletics' Hall of Fame were inducted on Saturday, Oct. 11. The 1972 National Runner-up FSCC Football team earned its way into the Hall of Fame as the only entrant in the Class of 2014. "It was... >>
Candidates for the Kansas House of Representatives 4th District seat fielded questions on topics ranging from raising taxes to support of drug testing for pregnant mothers during a candidate forum Monday evening at Fort... >>
According to the U.S. Forestry Service website, trees are changing colors across the nation, making this the peak fall color season.
Mild temperatures have made fall viewing ideal in Bourbon County. >>
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- Kansas' highest court Friday agreed with the first-degree murder conviction of the man who admitted shooting abortion provider Dr. George Tiller to death, rejecting his argument that he should have been allowed to present a defense that his actions were necessary to stop a greater wrong....
HESSTON, Kan. (AP) -- Hesston senior Mikala Heddin would be a strong competitor in this year's Class 3A cross country state championships but her religious beliefs will stop her from running in this weekend's regional qualifying races....