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Buzzard Bait – El Dorado Springs Sun
FISH KILL AT SCHELL – Schell Lake (the north lake at Schell Osage) is being drained in June for a major renovation project. A fish kill on June 18 as water became extremely shallow in places involves mostly invasive common carp and grass carp, according to the Missouri Department of Conservation. Th
Two injured in area traffic accidents
A Webb City woman suffered moderate injuries in a single-vehicle accident at 11:02 a.m. Wednesday on Zora Street, a mile east of Joplin in Jasper County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
What’s Happening in Fort Scott by the Chamber of Commerce
22-23Livestock Sale – Fort Scott Livestock Market,10am-5pm2250-min. narrated Trolley Tours of Historic Fort Scott on the hour from11am-4pmleaving from the Convention & Visitors Bureau at231 E. Wall St., $6 adults, $4 children 12 and under, last tour leaves at3pm.22FridayNight Concert in the Park – H
Pittsburg Man Found Dead In Parsons Home - NewsTalk KZRG
Here’s an update to a story News Talk KZRG has been following. The person found dead Wednesday night (6/20) in a Parsons home has been identified. 21-year-old Tyjuan Maurice Campbell of Pittsburg was found dead inside a home at 2612 Kimball. The Kansas Bureau of Investigation tells News Talk KZRG Ca
Fort Scott Walmart Reduces Hours
As of June 2, the store is closed from 1 a.m. to 6 p.m., according to an assistant manager at the store.
Texas man sent to prison in Barton County carjacking
Ricky G. Landreth, 40, of Dallas, pleaded guilty at a hearing June 14 in Barton County Circuit Court to charges of second-degree robbery, leaving the scene of an accident, resisting arrest and receiving stolen property in a plea deal dismissing four related counts, including unlawful possession of a
OKC-Tulsa Passenger Rail Service To Return
TULSA -- Effective Thursday June 21, 2018, in a 12 page document, WATCO Companies L.L.C. of Pittsburg, Kansas, issued a Request for Proposal to begin the process of securing a private rail carrier to provide passenger service for an initial period of 10 years between downtown Tulsa and the newly rec
Amateur radio club to have field day
Members of the Three Rivers Amateur Radio Club will participate in the national Amateur Radio Field Day exercise, noon to noon Saturday-Sunday, June 23-24, at The Church of the Nazarene, one mile south of El Dorado Springs.
Guilty plea for ex-school custodian who used erotic anime to try to lure girl
Thomas Adam Ciambor, 24, of Springfield, pleaded guilty to a felony, promoting a sexual performance by a child.
UPDATE: Pittsburg man's death ruled a homicide
PARSONS, Kan. - The body of Tyjuan Maurice Campbell, 21, was found Wednesday night at a residence in the 2600 Block of Kimball Avenue in Parsons.
Coach A tourney covers medical expenses
The adult, co-ed slo-pitch event began with two night games Friday, June 8, and continued Saturday, June 9.
El Do students may still get their free lunch
El Dorado Springs R-II students likely will enjoy a free lunch throughout the upcoming school year after board members approved one of several options presented by superintendent Mark Koca during a Thursday, June 14, board meeting.
Police Seeks Public’s Help In Robbery At Briggs
At 4:30 a.m. June 17, 2018, FSPD officers received information on a possible crime in progress at Briggs Automall of Fort Scott, 1819 S. Main, according to a press release from the FSPD.
Fort Scottians In Pittsburg Community Theater
“The Most EPIC Birthday Party Ever” will happenFriday, June 22at Pittsburg Memorial Auditorium and Convention Center, 503 N. Pine. Directed by Megan Gabehart. The music will be directed by Fort Scott music teacher Mary Jo Harper.
Senior Menus - Korth & El Dorado Springs
Wednesday, June 20:Lasagna, herb-baked fish, California vegetables, roasted asparagus, cucumber salad, wheat roll, chocolate cake.
Public record for June 20
Megan Yvonne Clinghan, Springfield; class B felony trafficking in stolen identities and class C felony tampering with motor vehicle - first degree; three years prison, suspended, five years supervised probation.
Man ordered to stand trial in bystander assault case
Logan P. Fields, 22, of Pittsburg, Kansas, waived a preliminary hearing Tuesday in Newton County Circuit Court on a charge of second-degree assault, and Associate Judge Kevin Selby set his initial appearance in a trial division for Monday.
Bike Share Has Arrived in Fort Scott
The Healthy Bourbon County Action Teamand Fort Scott Area Chamber of Commerce announce the Fort Scott Bike Share Program is officially up and running, according to Lindsay Madison, executive director of the Chamber.
SAC OSAGE HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING – El Dorado Springs Sun
SAC OSAGE HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING – Sac Osage Electric Cooperative held its Annual Meeting of the members on Tuesday, June 12, 2018. It was a hot spring evening with over 1,000 members and friends of the cooperative attending the annual meeting.
Koca pleased with El Do’s school construction status
Superintendent Mark Koca gave an update on the bond-funded construction project, looked at the projected final costs and announced dates for substantial completion at the Thursday, June 14, El Dorado Springs school board meeting.