- Accident on Highway 54 (Local News ~ 04/05/07)
City commission votes to put aquatic center on June 5 ballot
(Local News ~ 04/05/07)
The Fort Scott City Commission on Tuesday decided to allow voters to choose whether they want their sales tax to increase 1 percent over 10 years to fund a multi-million dollar water park. Commissioners unanimously voted at Tuesday's commission meeting to place the question on the ballot at a special election on June 5...
Interim executive director appointed at Tri-Valley
(Business ~ 04/05/07)
Bill Fiscus brings more than 20 years of experience with him to his new position as interim executive director of Tri-Valley Developmental Services. Fiscus, who has been with the company for about 21 years, assumed his new duties on Monday from the recently departed Maury Thompson, who accepted a position with a similar agency in Johnson County. ...
Tigers split in home tourney
(High School Sports ~ 04/05/07)
It's been a long time since Fort Scott High hasn't been in the championship game of its own tournament. But the Tigers had to settle for third place Wednesday night after Pittsburg took the semifinal game 10-8, which knocked Fort Scott into a consolation contest in which they had to rally to win, 13-5, over Parsons...
Ashtyn Rook Harris
(Births ~ 04/05/07)
HARRIS -- Ashtyn Rook Harris, a girl, was born at 9:20 p.m. on Wednesday, April 4, 2007 at Mercy Health Center, Fort Scott, to parents Amy Stark and Billy Harris, Pleasanton. She weighed 7 pounds, 7.5 ounces and was 20 inches long at birth. Maternal grandparents are April and James Partin, Oklahoma City, Okla. ...
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