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Healthcare and Social Assistance
A healthy community is one of Bourbon County’s top priorities. Several healthcare providers serve the Bourbon County community with primary care, emergency department, and many ancillary services.
Nationwide, employment in healthcare services increased 92% from 1990 to 2015. For Bourbon County, in 2017, health services ranked number 3 in terms of employment. Also, in 2017, the health care sector’s impact on retail sales was $19,308,000, county sales tax impact of $270,000, and a total impact of $65,378,000. (Kansas Health Association, 2017)
Just take a stroll down Historic Downtown Fort Scott and you will see the momentum and revitalization! You will fnd shops, retaurants, bars, and housing. Perfectly situated along Highway 69 directly across from the National Fort Scott Historic Site!
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July 29, 2022 Friday, 1:00pm The Bourbon County Commission met in open session with two Commissioners (Jim Harris and Clifton Beth-via phone) and the County Clerk present. Jim made a motion for an executive session KSA...
July 26, 2022 Tuesday 9:00 am The Bourbon County Commission met in open session with two Commissioners (Clifton Beth and Jim Harris) and the County Clerk present. Clint and Rachel Walker, Matt Quick, Brian Wade, Keni Stark,...
July 18, 2022 Tuesday 9:00 am The Bourbon County Commission met in open session with two Commissioners (Clifton Beth and Jim Harris) and the County Clerk present. Patty LaRoche, Jason Silvers, Anne Dare, Bob Reed,...