A program for family members suffering from mental illness entitled, “Family to Family Education Program” is being held Thursday, January 22 at the First United Methodist Church in Hays. With more on the the program, Mike Cooper visits with the NAMI Hays Board of Directors Secretary, Mary Akins.
In his monthly visit with FHSU President Dr. Mirta Martin, Eagle’s Mike Cooper discusses recent events on campus.
What is the First Call for help and who do they help? Eagle’s Mike Cooper visits with First Call for Help Executive Director Linda Mills and also finds out how you can help.
The true meaning of Christmas as explained by Scott Watford and Jerry Nolte.
The holidays can be the best time of year for many — but others see it in a different light. Eagle’s Mike Cooper visits with Ken Loos of High Plains Mental Health Center to get some ideas on how we can help ourselves and others during this time of year.
Mike Cooper visits with Greg Farley, Professor of Biological Sciences at Fort Hays State University, about some of the birds we can expect to find around the Hays area.
Eagle’s Mike Cooper visits with Ellis County Extension Family & Consumer Science Agent Linda Beech on being organized for the holidays.
During his monthly visit with Fort Hays State University President Mirta Martin, Mike Cooper visits with Dr. Martin on issues concerning the university.
What is the real meaning behind Thanksgiving? Mike Cooper finds out from Senior Pastor of the First United Methodist Church, Jerry Nolte, and Deacon Scott Watford, of St. Nicholas of Myra Church.
December 6, 2014 will be the date for the Leadership 310 Seminar being offered to young girls between the ages of 11 and 18 at the Memorial Union on the campus of Fort Hays State University. Mike Cooper visits with Lindsay Smith and Rachal Cotherman, both Fort Hays State Seniors, on what girls can expect […]
The Community Assistance Center in Hays, provides food for families in Ellis County in need. Mike Cooper visits with Co-Director, Laurie Mortinger, on how people can help with donations.
Anyone interested in outdoors, conservation, nature or fishing, may be interested in the new fourth addition of “Kansas Fishes.” Mike Cooper visits with Mark Eberle, one of the book’s authors, to find out more.
Community Connection host Mike Cooper visits with Sara Stroup and Natalie Unruh about the Tiger Tots Nurturing Center on the campus of Fort Hays State University.