Mike Cooper visits with Cindy Elliott of Fort Hays State University about the University’s relationship with China.
In 1976, French filmmaker, Marc Schindler spent one month in the city of Hays shooting “A Quiet America.” Thirty-nine years later, Marc has returned to Hays to visit some of the people who were in the film. In the latest Community Connection, Eagle’s Mike Cooper finds out why they chose Hays, Kansas, as their location.
Mike Cooper visits with the director of the Docking Institute at Fort Hays State University, Gary Brinker.
What are the duties of the Registrar at Fort Hays State University? Mike Cooper finds out from his visit with Craig Karlin.
Mike Cooper visits with former State Senator, Allen Schmidt and former Ellis County Commissioner, Guy Windholz about the Ellis County Courthouse preservation project.
Mike Cooper visits with members of the Hays Community Theater on their upcoming production.
Mike Cooper’s monthly visit with Dr. Mirta Martin, president of Fort Hays State University.
Mike Cooper visits with the new Fort Hays State University dean of the College of Education, Dr. Paul Adams.
Mike Cooper talks with Sternberg Museum Outreach Coordinator, Ian Trevethan, about current exhibits at the museum including “Titanoboa.”
Mike Cooper visits with retiring Washington Elementary School Principal, Allen Park about his years in education.
Polo in Hays? Mike Cooper visits with Ellis County Historical Society Director, Don Westfall about the upcoming Sesquicentennial and Polo match in Hays.
Host Mike Cooper visits with Hays City Manager, Toby Dougherty, about the philosophy behind “Strong Towns.”
Mike Cooper visits with Sara Bloom of the Downtown Hays Development Corporation.