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County discusses Code Red system

Details William Wallis, Bourbon County's Emergency Manager gave a report to the county commissioners on duty Friday morning. Commissioner Allen Warren is on vacation. Wallis told Second District Commissioner......

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Thursday fire handled quickly

Details Firefighters with the Fort Scott Fire Department quelled a house fire that caused only minor damage to a Wall Street residence Thursday night. Fort Scott Fire Department Chief Paul Ballou said the......

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Fight spills into street

Details An altercation Thursday afternoon at Wall and Margrave streets resulted in the arrest of a local man. Fort Scott Police Department officers responded about 1:30 p.m. Thursday to a call regarding an......

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Barbara Norris

Details Barbara Norris, age 75, a former resident of Arcadia, died early Friday, Aug. 29, 2014 at the Denton Regional Hospital in Denton, Texas. Funeral services for Barbara Morris will be announced by the......

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Anniversary

Details Bettie Crays of Hiattville and Herbert (Gene) DuVall of Fort Scott, were married on Sept. 4, 1949, at the First United Methodist Church with the Rev. John Clinton presiding. Bettie and Gene have......

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100th Birthday

Details The family of Leatha Griffith requests friends and family shower her with birthday cards on the occasion of her 100th Birthday. Cards may be sent to her at 915 S. Horton, Ft. Scott, Ks. 66701 Leatha......

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Flexbone looks in good form at scrimmage

Details Fort Scott High School's new flexbone offense looked to be in good form at Friday night's Red & White Scrimmage at Frary Field. And while it may be a bit odd to see after almost two decade of the......

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Coach happy with volleyball progress

Details Fort Scott High School head volleyball coach Carol Bingesser was happy with what she saw in about an hour's worth of play at the Red & White Scrimmage in the FSHS gymnasium Friday afternoon. "This is......

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Tigers have tough time in deep tourney

Details PARSONS -- Fort Scott High School's varsity tennis team opened the season here Thursday at the Parsons Invitational. With some of the top teams in the Southeast Kansas League entered in the five-team......

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Summer's over

Details Summer is officially over for USD 234 staff and students as they began another school year Thursday and school administrators could not be happier. The 2014-15 school year started with two veteran......

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Fort Scottian knows about ignoring a tick bite

Details Brian Moore of Fort Scott can attest to how serious a tick bite can be. Moore still suffers from Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (RMSF) over a year after being bitten by a tick. Moore hadn't been......

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2-time State qualifier leads Tiger tennis

Details Although there are 14 girls out for tennis at Fort Scott High School this season, leadership will have to come from young players as none of them are seniors. Junior Jennifer Harrison is a two-time......

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All thirds for JV netters in season opener

Details Fort Scott High's junior varsity tennis team started its season on Monday with a home tournament. Each of the Tigers' entries finished third in their pools, all with 1-2 records on the day in......

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General Transportation still a go, but with changes

Details Several changes have taken place at General Public Transportation in Fort Scott. The buses are no longer parked at Bourbon County Senior Citizens in the evening and an additional phone number is......

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Scores show FSHS students ready for more education

Details Fort Scott High School graduates are showing they are ready for college based on the results of students who took the ACT college entrance exam in 2014. USD 234 Superintendent Bob Beckham, former......

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Street partially barricaded until repairs can be made later

Details City workers expect to repair a warped section of road at Wall and Judson streets sometime later this year. Barricades have been set up around a section of Judson Street at the intersection, forcing......

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Greyhounds go unbeaten in tourney

Details Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team finished its home tournament without a loss as the Greyhounds swept both East Central (Mo.) and Labette in Saturday action at Arnold Arena. Fort Scott......

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Clearing the path

Details Workers were busy cutting brush back Monday morning along Third Street between U.S. Highway 69 and Eugene Ware Elementary School in preparation for the first day of school, which is Thursday. The......

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County budget ready to go; public hearing set

Details The public will have an opportunity to discuss the county's budget during a public hearing set for 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 8. The Bourbon County Commissioners approved the 2015 budget for publication......

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Needs continue to rise as food donations slack off

Details The Beacon needs help. Bob Eckles, director of the non-profit helping agency in Fort Scott, told the Fort Scott Area Chamber of Commerce coffee attendees Thursday that there has been "a drain on......

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Jack David J.D. Ham, Jr.

Details Jack David "J.D." Ham, Jr., age 46, a resident of Fort Scott, Kan., died Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014, at his home. He was born Jan. 14, 1968, in Fort Scott, the son of Jack David Ham, Sr. and Betty Jean......

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Elizabeth Kay Linda Turner

Details Elizabeth Kay "Linda" Turner, 75, Walker, Mo., passed away on Aug. 23, 2014 at her home after a lengthy illness. Linda was born May 6, 1939 in Los Angeles, Calif., to Ben Greer Hope and Elizabeth......

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Merlin L. Ball

Details Merlin L. Ball, age 93, a former resident of Blue Mound, Kan., and more recently of Osawatomie, Kan., passed away on Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014. Visitation will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday,......

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Greyhounds pick up pair of season-opening wins

Details Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team, led by its four sophomores and a few of its freshmen, won its first two matches in its home tournament Friday at Arnold Arena. First, the Greyhounds......

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Greyhound great Cliff Frazier passes away

Details Former Fort Scott Community College football great Cliff Frazier, a member of the 1972 NJCAA national championship runner-up team, passed away at the age of 61 on Sunday, Aug. 17 while in palliative......

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A plan for the Western Building

Details City officials are taking steps to transform the old Western Building on First Street into a community asset. Property developers Tony Krsnich and Alex Hodges representing Flint Hills Holdings Group,......

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County looking at no mill levy increase

Details The Bourbon County Commissioners are spending the weekend reviewing the 2015 budget before giving their official approval for publication. As of Friday, the county's budget does not have a mill levy......

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School officials meet with public on bond issue

Details The parking lot was full, but there were still empty seats in the high school auditorium on Tuesday for the Fort Scott USD 234 School District bond issue forum. The goal of the meeting for Board of......

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Sophomore group among best in Region VI

Details Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team begins its fourth season under head coach Lindsay Hill by hosting the Fort Scott Tournament at Arnold Arena tonight and Saturday. The Greyhounds......

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