A free concert by the Hays Symphony Orchestra will be held at the Beach/Schmidt Performing Arts Center September 10th at 7:30pm. Mike Cooper visits with guest conductor, Benjamin Cline about what can be expected.
Mike Cooper visits with Dr. Irena Ravitskaya of Fort Hays State University about the 103rd Season of the Hays Symphony Orchestra. Mrs. Ravitskaya, who immigrated to the United States in 1995 from Moldova (former Soviet Union), will be performing Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2 during the inaugural concert to be held September 10, in the […]
Mike Cooper visits with Herndon Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic coordinator, Jacque Jacobs on what the clinic offers to the local community as well as western Kansans.
September is “National Disaster Preparedness Month” and with tips with how you can participate, is Linda Beech. Listen closely as Linda has a giveaway for 10 lucky viewers.
A pest called the Sugarcane Aphid, has moved its way into Kansas from states such as Texas and Oklahoma. The sugarcane aphid originally feeding on only sugarcane, is now threatening sorghum fields here in Ellis County. Stacy Campbell visits with Entomologist, J.P. Michaud about the pest.
Holly Dickman explains two separate programs being offered by the Extension Office in September.
Susan Schlicting visits with Jaylinn Pfeifer about the 4-H program and what it has meant to her and her family.
Early Childhood Connections, which is inside the old Washington Elementary School building, has given the building a new look. Mike Cooper visits with the director, Donna Hudson-Hamilton.
Mike Cooper visits with Mirta Martin of Fort Hays State University on some of the changes taking place on the campus for this school year.