Mike Cooper visits with Master Teach Award winner, Jessica Butte of Hays High School.
Mike Cooper takes us on a tour thru the Municipal Water Softening Plant here in Hays and finds out the steps taken to assure safe, cleaning drinking water for the city of Hays.
From 1943 to 1946, a hay barn at the K-State Agricultural Research Center served as barracks for World War II-era German prisoners of war. Eagle’s Mike Cooper takes a closer look at the historic building, which stands today, with Ellis County farmers Harold Kraus and Bob Binder, along with K-State’s Joe Becker.
Mike Cooper visits with Curtis Moore and Beau Dealy about drones and what they’re capable of.
Mike Cooper visits with USD 489 psychologist, Julie Zollinger.
Mike Cooper visits with the director of the Western Plains Animal Refuge, Brendon McCampbell.
Mike Cooper visits with Ellis County Commissioner, Dean Haselhorst, on the courthouse remodeling project and when it might be completed.
Mike Cooper’s regular monthly visit with the President of Fort Hays State University, Dr. Mirta Martin.
Mike Cooper visits with Anita Scheve about the “Hays Community Action Poverty Simulation” and what it’s all about.
How does helping others help with your stress? Mike Cooper visit’s with High Plains Mental Health therapist, Ken Loos.
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 […]