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TMP-Marian Students Ready for Drama »


TMP-Marian students have been rehearsing their roles to present the 1953 Tony Award winning drama ” The Crucible” by playwright Arthur Miller.  The drama tells the story of the Salem, Massachusetts village and the historic witch trials in the late 1600′s Tuesday at 7p.m. is opening night and additional  performances are scheduled for are May 10, 11 […]

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Heritage Foundation: Granting Amnesty Could Cost Taxpayers Trillions »

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Granting amnesty to an estimated 11 million unlawful immigrants will cost taxpayers at least $6.3 trillion, according to a new report by Heritage Foundation scholar Robert Rector. The highly anticipated report, released today, becomes available as a Senate committee is set to mark up a “comprehensive immigration reform” bill May 9. “No matter how you […]

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Police: Computer Theft Under Investigation »

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Hays Police are investigating a report of computer theft. According to Hays Police Lt. Ron Rounkles, “The theft of two lap top computers was from an apartment in the 500 block of Halladay. The theft occurred earlier that evening (Saturday) and the case is still under investigation, but the lap tops were stolen out of […]

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Supreme Court Wants You for Child Support Panel »


  The Kansas Supreme Court is looking for divorced parents who’ve paid or received child support to serve on an advisory committee. The group would recommend changes in the guidelines that judges use to determine how much one parent must pay a former spouse. The state’s highest court is publicly asking people to submit applications […]

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KHAZ Country Music News: Tim McGraw Says His Daughters Don’t Care About His Job »

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He may be a country superstar on stage, but Tim McGraw says at home, he “might as well be just a fly on the wall.” Tim talked to Katie Couric about living with four females on Friday’s episode of her daytime talk show.  Gracie is 15, Maggie is 14 and Audrey is 11– and apparently […]

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FHSU Softball To Host Central Region Tournament »


The Fort Hays State softball team has received the No. 1 seed and will host one of the two Central Region tournament’s at Tiger Stadium. The Tigers will open against MIAA rival Emporia State in the first round. The Tigers lost 1-0 in the first title game then came back for a 7-4 victory in […]

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Stacy Campbell »

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Ellis County Horticulture agent, Stacy Campbell, takes a close look at how the wheat is coming along in Ellis County.

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Brownback Priorities by Joan Wagnon »

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Brownback Priorities by Joan Wagnon, Chair Kansas Democratic Party You can add children to the growing list of groups less important to Gov. Sam Brownback than his tax breaks for billionaires and big business. That’s because as part of his efforts to save the cratering Kansas budget, Gov. Brownback has proposed taking $9.5 million from […]

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County Commission Public Hearing on Rural Water Issue »

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The Ellis County Commission will hold a public hearing tonight at 6:45 to on a proposed amendment to the boundary of rural water district 1C, South of Hays. Greg Sund, Ellis County Administrator told Hays Post, “There are 9 or 10 properties that are looking to be added to the water district. We received a […]

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City Officials Violate Law »

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(AP) – The Kiowa County Attorney says Mullinville, KS city officials need to take classes on the state’s open meetings law. County Attorney Scott James says the council violated the law by firing a newly elected city council member from his job in the city’s public works department during a closed session. James has asked […]

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Wichita Water Watch? »


(AP) – A drought-induced water shortage could force Wichita officials to idle the city’s $3.5 million WaterWalk Waltzing Waters fountain system and other fountains throughout the city this summer. City Manager Robert Layton says water use across all city operations is under review. City officials are preparing a water conservation plan for residential and commercial […]

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Attention Online Shoppers »


(AP) – Attention online shoppers: The days of tax-free shopping on the Internet may soon end for many of you. The Senate is voting on a bill today that would empower states to collect sales taxes for purchases made over the Internet. The measure is expected to pass because it has already survived three procedural […]

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Congressman Huelskamp Today »


Congressman Tim Huelskamp Announces Local Staff Office Hours in May (DODGE CITY, KAN.) – Congressman Tim Huelskamp’s Kansas staff routinely hosts office hours in locations across the First District. During these office hours, a staff representative will be available to listen to constituent concerns and to serve as a resource for those struggling to navigate federal programs […]

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