Red Cross Blood Supplies Dangerously Low

Garden City, Ks. (westernkansasnews) The American Red Cross is currently experiencing blood and platelet donations levels that are much lower than expectations. Donations through the Red Cross were down approximately 10 percent in June, resulting in about 50,000 fewer donations. Therefore the Red Cross is issuing an emergency request for donors of all blood...
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School And Workplace Violence Training Coming To Garden City – Audio

Garden City, Ks. (westernkansasnews) The Garden City Police Department, in conjunction with St. Catherine Hospital and USD 457, is pleased to announce we will host training related to school and workplace violence. The training, provided by the National Tactical Officers Association, will encompass two days of instruction to help law enforcement, schools and businesses...
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Spencer Flight Simulator Dedicated

Scott City, Kan. (–After more than a year of planning and construction, the Spencer Flight & Education Center opened its doors for the first time to the public, with a ribbon cutting ceremony and dedication Friday afternoon at the Scott City Municpal Airport. The SFEC is open to pilots and non-pilots alike and features...
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Spencer Flight & Education Center to Host Open House September 14 & 15

Scott City, Kan. – After more than a year of planning and construction, the Spencer Flight & Education Center (SFEC) will soon be opening its doors to the public. Set for September 14th, the SFEC’s grand opening ceremony will highlight the center’s features and mark the official start of operation of the first flight...
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Sculpture to be unveiled at Scott Community High Fieldhouse September 14

Scott City, Kan. (–For many years, Scott City Beaver Football has enjoyed a rich and time honored tradition of success. To celebrate the pride, honor and tradition of Scott City Beaver Football, renowned artist Jerry Thomas has created his first bronze sculpture entitled “Tradition”. This wonderful sculpture is dedicated to the memory of Ryan...
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Scott Community Foundation taking applications for grants program

The Scott Community Foundation is now accepting applications for their annual community grants program.  If your nonprofit serves the Scott Community and could benefit from a grant contact the Scott Community Foundation at 872-3790 or visit our website for more information.  Applications are due by September 1st.
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Blue Grass & BBQ in Scott City!

Scott County Arts Council is sponsoring our annual Bluegrass and BBQevent next Saturday (June 9th) at Patton Park at 6:30pm. House Blend from Garden City will be our musical entertainment this year. CraigBraun, from Braun’s Butcher Block, is catering a delicious BBQ meal for us. The Bluegrass concert is free.The BBQ meal is $10...
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Scott Man Accused of Sex With Teen Returns to Court on June 28th

A 26-year old Scott County man accused of soliciting teens electronically and  allegedly having sex a 14-year old girl is scheduled to have a ‘motions’ hearing’ at 10 a.m. on June 28th.  Scott city resident Nicholas Aaron Anderson was arrested on March 23rd.  He faces two counts of aggravated indecent liberties, criminal sodomy, three...
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Great Scott! Lake Receives National Attention

Scott Lake received some nice publicity over the weekend in the form of a feature article in USA Today.  Katie Eisenhour, Director of Scott City Tourism and Economic Development, says the article was a “win-win” for everyone.  The USA travel piece focused on 51 great beaches to visit this summer and Scott Lake was...
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