Great Bend Tribune
Representation: 3-mile zone creates issues
A while back the League of Women Voters asked Great Bend City Attorney Robert Suelter to discuss the three-mile zone around the city limits, which has been overseen by the city since 2000.
Today in History, December 1913
With an engagement ring and her memory to haunt her through the rest of her life, Elsie Baker, 20, went back to Fort Scott this morning from Ottawa with an officer to answer the charge of murdering her 3-week-old infant.
Bollinger Gets Life For Murder & Arson
A 26-year-old southeast Kansas man has been sentenced to life in prison for killing his wife, injuring his son and burning the family's home down near Fort Scott.
The Wichita Eagle
Fort Scott man sentenced to life in arson that killed wife, injured son
A 26-year-old man on Friday was sentenced to life in prison for the first-degree felony murder of his wife, aggravated arson and aggravated child endangerment in connection with the 2011 burning of the family's Fort Scott home.
The Gardner News and The Spring Hill ...
Dwight Lee Spencer
Dwight was born Oct. 6, 1951 in Nevada, Mo. to Jesse Denzil and Virginia Irene Spencer.
Ft. Scott CC Student Killed In Michigan
A Fort Scott Community College student died Sunday in an accident caused by severe storms in Michigan.
The Bloody Benders, America's First Serial Killers
In 1870, Ma, Pa, Mary, and Laura Ingalls left their home in southeast Kansas, where they had lived for about a year, and headed back to Wisconsin.
The Garden City Telegram
Landmark acquires Citizens Bank
Landmark National Bank, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Landmark Bancorp Inc., has announced the completion of its acquisition of Citizens Bank, National Association from First Capital Corp., effective Nov. 1. The acquisition adds eight additional branches - including two in Fort Scott, Iola, Kincaid, Lenexa, Mound City, Overland Park and Pittsburg ... (more)