Twenty-two Bourbon County high school students are working at college level courses to prepare for the job force. Their tuition is paid for by the Kansas Legislature in a bill enacted in 2012, Senate Bill 155. Uniontown High... >>
Elks members Bill Brittain, left, and Dale Snyder man a smoker full of turkeys Tuesday afternoon at the Elks Lodge. Brittain said about 50 turkeys were being cooked for the annual Thanksgiving feast organized by Marjorie... >>
The number of cooking fires typically goes up around the holidays and while the Fort Scott Fire Department deals with its share of these types of fires each year, most are not serious. FSFD Chief Paul Ballou said... >>
With the observance of the Thanksgiving Day holiday on Thursday, the Tribune asked local residents, "What is your most memorable Thanksgiving?" The following are some responses we received: Allen Schellack of Fort Scott "I... >>
Once again the old fort was filled with troops on over the weekend. But these troops weren't armed and ready to defend the country, or even reenactors. These were members of the Boy Scout Mo-Kan District, which held its fall... >>
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -- More than 1,000 farmers are expected to gather in Manhattan next week to layout the roadmap for public policy issues the Kansas Farm Bureau members consider of importance to agriculture....