The Fort Scott Community College rodeo team is preparing for the annual Spring Rodeo this weekend on the FSCC campus. Team members have been preparing practically all season for the event, which is set to begin tonight and... >>
The United Way Board of Directors presented contributor awards Thursday at the Fort Scott Area Chamber of Commerce weekly coffee. The awards were given to area employees for the their support of the United Way's campaign to... >>
Fort Scott High School students got the change to show off their performing arts skills during the annual Talent Show and Mr. FSHS Pageant Tuesday night at the high school. The show featured vocal and instrumental musicians... >>
Author and illustrator Krystal Schmelig, dressed in a Dr. Seuss theme, interacts with second grade students about a story she wrote and illustrated about a character called Spaghetti Man's adventures at Winfield Scott... >>
Members of the community had the opportunity Monday to meet and speak with the fourth finalist for the Fort Scott Community College president. Jim Genandt said he likes to have fun and believes education should be fun, but... >>
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- A proposed budget for Kansas' higher education system approved by a state Senate committee Thursday would shift money away from Kansas State University and the main University of Kansas campus to other schools....
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- New figures from the Kansas Legislature's research staff show that rising state contributions to teacher pensions would eat up much of the proposed funding increases for public schools under a new plan....