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Tigers baseball sweeps doubleheader at Lincoln »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State swept a pair of conference games on the road at Lincoln University on Sunday (Apr. 26) in Jefferson City, Mo. The Tigers won by scores of 10-3 and 15-5 to run their win streak to three games. The Tigers will wrap up their season on Monday with another pair […]

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‘Big Man on Campus’ to benefit FHSU Herndon Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic »

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FHSU University Relations Fort Hays State University’s Delta Omega Chapter of Delta Zeta sorority will hold its annual philanthropy project, Big Man on Campus, at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 28, in Fort Hays State University’s Beach/Schmidt Performing Arts Center. Admission is free. Big Man On Campus is a male beauty pageant. Students or faculty […]

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Learning to ask the question: What about health? »

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Kansas Health Institute A new video and issue brief feature two Kansas policymakers, Janet Miller, Wichita City Council member, and Rep. John Wilson, Lawrence, who share their perspectives on health impact assessment (HIA) to demonstrate the value of the tool for other policymakers and to inform HIA practitioners about how to identify and support emerging […]

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Happy Birthday, Kansas! photo contest inspired by Dorrance teen in 1908 »

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Kansas State Historical Society Kansans work and play every day in their communities. From family-owned auto shops to playgrounds in neighborhood parks and farm fields in the countryside, Kansans lead active lives. To provide a permanent record of their communities, Kansas students from first through 12th grade are encouraged to photograph people at work and […]

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96,197 Kansans have insurance coverage through Kansas marketplace »

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Kansas Health Institute As of February 22, 2015, 96,197 Kansans have enrolled in health insurance coverage through the Kansas marketplace since open enrollment began on November 15, 2014. The Kansas Health Institute (KHI) has prepared new maps showing the number of Kansans, by zip code, who have selected a plan or were automatically re-enrolled for […]

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FHSU Foundation educates students on role of giving »

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FHSU University Relations Approximately 350 Fort Hays State University students stopped by for a free barbeque lunch and a chance at some of $2,000 in fall 2015 scholarship money during the third annual Student Awareness Day Wednesday at the Robbins Center. Sponsored by the FHSU Foundation, the university’s fundraising arm, the event is intended to […]

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‘The Hunting Ground’ expose of on-campus rapes coming to FHSU »

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FHSU University Relations Residential Life, Women’s Leadership Project and the Division of Student Affairs, all of Fort Hays State University, and Jana’s Campaign will bring to the university “The Hunting Ground,” an explosive documentary about rape on college campuses. The film will be shown in the Memorial Union’s Black and Gold Room at 7 p.m. […]

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Cancer Council of Ellis County receives Midwest Energy grant »

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The Cancer Council of Ellis County announce last week it has received a $1,000 grant from the Midwest Energy Community Fund. The funds will be used to purchase an “Event Kit” that the organization has been in need of for some time. Items in the kit will include a dome tent with sidewalls, stakes and […]

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Webster State Park to host OK Kids Day »

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Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism STOCKTON–If you know a child who would enjoy participating in a jam-packed day of outdoor exploration and instruction, consider taking them to the OK Kids Day event at Webster State Park on May 2. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., youth ages 4 to 12 are invited to […]

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Kansas Sampler Festival to feature more than 150 towns »

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Kansas Sampler Foundation The 26th annual Kansas Sampler Festival will be held May 2-3 in Wamego’s City Park. More than 150 Kansas communities will showcase what there is to see, do, hear, taste, learn and buy in the state. Towns from Atchison to Ulysses will offer day trip suggestions and promote their tourism attractions. Exhibitors […]

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Herman selected to compete Central/Midwest Regional »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State senior Trey Herman has been selected to compete at the NCAA Division II Central/Midwest Regional, May 4-6. The tournament will be held at Cog Hill Golf and Country Club in Lemont, Ill., just outside of Chicago, hosted by Lewis University. Herman earned All-MIAA honors and a selection to the […]

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Hays students among FHSU graphic design award winners »

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FHSU University Relations Fort Hays State University graphic design students have been busy this semester, both on campus and on the road. Students under the direction of Karrie Simpson Voth, professor of art and design, completed a successful month by earning scholarships from the prestigious Leo Burnett Company out of Chicago. Representatives from Leo Burnett […]

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Hays Rec games to be held as scheduled Saturday »

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Hays Recreation Commission All soccer and flag football games will be held as scheduled today. The Adult preseason softball tournament will tentatively start at 2 p.m. today.

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