Mike Cooper visits with Ken Loos of High Plains Mental Health Center about the power of the word “grateful!”
A state law making it legal to carry a gun into campus buildings will be taking effect July of 2017, and to prepare for the change, the Docking Institute at Fort Hays State University conducted a survey from faculty and staff from colleges in Kansas. Mike Cooper visits Gary Brinker, Director at the Docking Institute […]
Management Development Center at Fort Hays State University is offering a workshop entitled, “Generations in the Workplace.”
Mike Cooper talks with Brenda Meder about what’s going on at the Hays Arts Council.
Mike Cooper sits down to visit with Tammy Wellbrock, Executive Director of the Hays Area Chamber of Commerce.
Mike Cooper visits with Roger Bixenman on some upcoming events at plans for expansion at the Hays Rec Center.
Mike Cooper speaks with the secretary of the Hays NAMI Board, Mary Akin, about the upcoming NAMI “Family to Family-to-Family Education Program” and what it’s all about.
Mike Cooper sits down with Hays City Manager, Toby Dougherty, to look back at the city of Hays in 2015 and what is to come in 2016.
Mike Cooper talks with Tim Chapman, President and CEO of the Fort Hays State University Foundation.
Mike Cooper visits with author, Seth Kastle, on his second children’s book entitled, “Why Is Mom So Mad?”
For generations, the home at 7 College Drive has been home to the president of Fort Hays State University. Dr. Mirta Martin, in her second year of living at the on-campus estate, opened the doors to her home to show off its history — and the personal touches she has added to the historic home.
Mike Cooper takes a sneak peek at the new show coming up at the Hays Community Theater with Wendy Richmeier.