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Search continues for suspects who fled car dealership in stolen vehicles

Law enforcement officials in Miami County and the surrounding area continue to search for suspects reportedly involved in the theft of multiple vehicles from a Fort Scott car dealership early Sunday morning.The pursuit of the stolen vehicles began in Fort Scott and continued throughout Linn, Miami a

REPUBLIC-ONLINE.COM - 2018-06-17 20:18:00

Missouri Highway Patrol investigating deadly crash on Interstate 49

PECULIAR, Mo. — The Missouri Highway Patrol says that troopers are at the scene of a deadly crash on Friday afternoon on Interstate 49 near the intersection with J Highway. The collision is in the southbound lanes and involves a semi-trailer and at least three other vehicles. One person is confirmed


Cyclists gear up for 5 day ride across Missouri

ST. CHARLES, Mo. - Hundreds of cyclists woke up in Frontier Park Monday morning (June 18) ready to embark on a five-day journey across the state of Missouri. The cyclists are following the scenic Katy Trail as they make their way to Clinton, Missouri.

KPLR11.COM - 2018-06-18 16:21:18


DOBBS BAGS FIRST WIN OF SEASON – Collecting his first win of the season and putting weekly competitor Rusty Skaggs to a halt on his hot streak, was Lucas Dobbs who bagged his first win of the season after competing with Joplin’s Kyle Thompson side-by-side for many laps. Thompson finished in the runn


Agenda For Fort Scott City Commission June 19

Agenda for the the Fort Scott City Commission, 6 p.m. June 19 at City Hall, 123 S. Main.

FORTSCOTT.BIZ - 2018-06-18 13:35:26

Sericea Lespedeza Weed Control in Rangeland and Pasture

Christopher Petty, M.S. Extension Agent Livestock Production and Forage Management K-State Research and Extension Southwind Extension District 210 S. National Fort Scott, KS 66701 (620) 223-3720 Work (620)224-6031 Cell cgp@ksu.edu

FORTSCOTT.BIZ - 2018-06-18 13:20:10

Windsor Ambulance District discusses potential tax

WAD ceased providing ambulance service in June 2015 due to a variety of reasons, the main one being mismanagement of funds. Since then, an entirely new board was appointed and the Pettis County Ambulance District began providing service to the area in March 2016. WAD has paid a yearly fee to PCAD fo

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2018-06-19 04:30:00

Tree board seeks new members

The purpose and intent of the board is to protect and encourage the protection of trees, shrubs, bushes and other plants; to provide for public health, safety and general welfare; to promote and preserve the city’s aesthetic value, regulate and control the planting, maintenance and removal of trees,

DAILYSTARJOURNAL.COM - 2018-06-18 19:00:00

Police responding to fight shoot man; 2 officers injured

Authorities say police responded to a report of man and woman fighting in the street in a Cleveland suburb and one man was shot and two officers were injured.A spokeswoman for the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation said police did find two people engaged in "an altercation" on an East Cleveland s

KANSAS CITY STAR - 2018-06-17 17:08:00

El Dorado Springs honors school record performances

Capturing individual awards were Ryan Owens and Ashley Knoll, Bulldog award; Mindy Harper and Shelby McKinney, top field event performers; and Knoll and Brendon Parshall, top track event performers.


The fight goes on – El Dorado Springs Sun

CIRCLE OF PRAYER – The Coach A softball tournament paused at 10 a.m. Saturday so the participants could join hands in a circle of prayer for the honorees, Clara Hemphill and Tiffany Bahr. This was the 4th year for the tournament started to assist Coach A, Jami Alexander, when he was battling brain c


Fort Scott Manor Closed By The State

A local nursing home was closed by the State of Kansas in May 2018 for deficient practices and conditions that placed its residents in immediate danger, according to court documents found in the Bourbon County Courthouse, District Court.


El Do Band celebrates Flag Day and Father’s Day

Thursday, June 14, is Flag Day, so at 8 p.m. Friday, June 15, the El Dorado Springs Municipal Band will play a special concert with patriotic songs in celebration of this special occasion. Program: Battle Cry of Freedom, Washington Post, Armed Forces Salute, America the Beautiful, A Night in June, A


Williams brothers host Back to School Giveaway

Greedy was a star in his redshirt freshman year for LSU, while Rodarius was making plays in his first season on the field for Oklahoma State. Both brothers felt it was important to return home and give the local kids something valuable, "We chose to do something different with school. Without grad


The Lavender Patch Lavender Festival - June 16

The Lavender Patch, Fort Scott, Kansas 620-223-1364


Is robbery in Missouri connected to Maggie Long case?

An attempted robbery and arson fire that took place in Warrensburg, Mo., June 3, bears an interesting resemblance to the method of operating used in the murder of Maggie Long, which took place in Bailey, Dec. 1, 2018.


Warrensburg man sentenced to nearly 200 years behind bars for abusing two girls

Robert Brown, of Warrensburg, was sentenced Monday fornumerous counts of child abuse, neglect, endangerment, statutory sodomy and witness tampering.


The Fort Scott Police Department Daily Reports May 31-June12

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Raymore attorney disbarred over handling of client funds

The Missouri Supreme Court has disbarred a Raymore attorney for multiple rule violations stemming from his mishandling of client settlement funds and a lawsuit he filed against his client alleging extortion. The court on June 12 issued an order disbarring Robert E. Arnold III. According to court rec


Mo. Department of Natural Resources approves permit for Lone Jack cattle feedlot to expand

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources says, “Any parties adversely affected or aggrieved by the department’s decision to approve the permit request and issue the final NPDES permit may appeal to the Administrative Hearing Commission by filing a written petition within 30 days from issuance (J