Kansas Department of Health and Environment The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has issued a boil water advisory for the City of Norton public water supply located in Norton County. KDHE officials issued the advisory because of a chlorination system failure. Failure to maintain adequate chlorine residuals can lead to bacterial contamination. The advisory […]
Dr. Jamie Schwandt and his guest discuss how you can dream big, think positive and take action. In this episode, Christie Appelhanz discusses her work with the Children’s Alliance of Kansas.
By JAMES BELL Hays Post Two weeks after a partial roof collapse closed Big Creek Crossing, 2918 Vine, business is starting to return to normal, with all but three stores open throughout the facility. And while work is being completed on the damaged section of the roof, the shopping center’s management is getting ready for a big weekend. […]
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By JAMES BELL Hays Post A longtime retailer in the Big Creek Shopping Center, Claire’s has permanently closed after a new lease agreement could not be made between the store and DP Management. “I got the call about 4 o’clock (Monday) afternoon,” said Shannon Christen, store manager. Store employees are now packing up merchandise to […]
FHSU University Relations and Marketing Spring winners of Fort Hays State University’s faculty awards for service, scholarly activity and research, and teaching have been announced. Dr. Stephen Donnelly, assistant professor of chemistry, won the Outstanding Teacher Award. Dr. Leo Herrman, associate professor of psychology, was honored with the Outstanding Scholarly Activity and Research Award, and […]
Fort Hays State University is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Colorado Student Success and Articulation Coordinator. Check out the job description below or click HERE for more information. —————– Colorado Student Success and Articulation Coordinator (244) Overview: The Colorado Student Success and Articulation Coordinator will work from a home office in the Denver […]
By BECKY KISER Hays Post It’s a great opportunity to “get some exercise and celebrate breast cancer survivors” with hundreds of your closest friends. The fourth annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is Saturday morning in Hays Municipal Park. According to Kansas Executive Director Kirsten Bruce, Wichita, the race in Wichita was the […]
The Hays Police Department responded to 10 animal calls and 19 traffic stops Monday, May 2, 2016, according to the HPD Activity Log. Contempt of Court/Fail to Pay–100 block W 12th St, Hays; 1:50 AM; 2:10 AM Contempt of Court/Fail to Pay–100 block W 12th St, Hays; 1:53 AM; 2:10 AM Welfare Check–600 block Elm […]
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By JAMES BELL Hays Post It might be a way off, but the Hays USD 489 Board of Education is taking no chances on being prepared if its proposed $94 million bond issue passes in June, hearing the benefits of two types of construction management at Monday night’s work session. The district has two types of […]
Members of the Kansas House last week either shot themselves in the foot…or didn’t. It’s too early to tell. The issue was that bill that would essentially kill the now famous/infamous Kansas income tax exemption for Limited Liability Companies, some small corporations, the self-employed and, yes, many farmers. If there is a genuine lightning rod […]