Monstrous new exhibit arrives at Sternberg Museum


BY AMY BALTODANO Hays Post A new exhibit has slithered into the Sternberg Museum of Natural History — Titanoboa. This monstrous snake exhibit is on a 15-city national tour and will be at Sternberg through early August. “This is the biggest snake that we know of that has been found,” said Education and Outreach Director […]

Area high schools ready to celebrate with graduation ceremonies


BY AMY BALTODANO Hays Post Schools will be celebrating with their graduates as another school year ends. Here is a list of scheduled commencement ceremonies from around the area. Hays High School Baccalaureate: Sunday, May 17, 1:30 p.m., 12th Street Auditorium, 323 W.12th Commencement: Sunday, May 17, 3:00 p.m., Gross Memorial Coliseum, 600 Park St Number […]

Famous Figures pay a visit to the Hays Rotary Club

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BY AMY BALTODANO Hays Post Barbara Walters, Harriet Tubman, Helen Keller, John Elway, Elizabeth Blackwell and Sacajawea made an appearance at the Rotary Club’s meeting Monday — the six winners from the Hays Arts Council’s Famous Figures contest. The Hays Rotary Club serves as a sponsor for the competition, which included 300 fifth-graders from Hays, […]

Knoll Clinic to relocate to new 22nd Street offices


By AMY BALTODANO Hays Post The Knoll Clinic will be moving to a new location this fall. The clinic confirmed this week it is in the process of building a new office building near the intersection of 22nd and Vine streets.  Construction began about a month ago on the new building, which will be located […]

TMP season ends in Park City


By JEREMY McGUIRE Hays Post Wichita-Trinity 63, TMP 57 A tough fourth quarter stretch proved costly for the TMP Monarchs in their 63-57 loss to Wichita-Trinity Academy in the opening round of the 4A-Division II State Basketball Tournament in Park City.  Trailing 47-43 at the start of the fourth quarter the Monarch offense went cold. […]

TMP Boys advance to State


By JEREMY McGUIRE Hays Post TMP 69, Concordia 59 An early second quarter defensive change sparked the TMP Monarchs to their first appearance in the state tournament since 2007.  TMP trailed 21-13 in the early moments of the second quarter when Monarch Head Coach Joe Hertel called off the full court pressure and settled into […]