It was another busy week on the KAYS Eagle Morning Show. Here’s what you missed last week!
Sunflower Senior Solutions President & CEO Cortney Dale
Working on reviews
Catholic Schools Report: TMP-Marian Principal Chad Meitner
Mr. Meitner joined the Eagle Morning Show to talk about what’s going on at TMP-Marian:
Folk Chorus Reunited
County Commission Report with Jonathan Zweygardt and commissioner Barb Wasinger
Commissioner Wasinger joined Jonathan on the Eagle Morning Show one last time as a commissioner to recap this week’s Ellis County Commission meeting:
2019 county agreement to treat noxious weeds for Kansas Department of Transportation (Weed Supervisor Gary Haas)
Advanced practice registered nurse position (Health Services Director Kerry McCue)
Kansas Board of EMS revolving & assistance fund grant application (Health Services Director Kerry McCue)
Protect & Serve: Animal Control Officer Nikki Hausler
City pet tags are on sale. Make sure to get your pets registered through the city! Take your rabies certificate paper work to 1507 Main Street in Hays.
Best ways to protect your pets from the cold. Don’t use blankets in the dog house!
Smoky Hills Public Television Marketing Director Amanda Smith
Amanda joined the show for the first time to talk about what’s going on with Smoky Hills Public Television:
Programming Highlights. Upcoming shows and programs to watch!
Upcoming Kid’s Writers Contest
If you would like to become a member, an underwriter, or donate to Smoky Hills Public Television give them a call at (785) 483-6990.
USD 489 Report: Roosevelt Principal Paula Rice and Lincoln Principal Kerri Lacy
The principals from Roosevelt and Lincoln elementary joined the show to talk about the upcoming kindergarten round-up.
What is Kindergarten Roundup?
The meeting is Thursday, March 7th at the Hays High School Cafeteria.
K-State Western Kansas Agriculture Research Center Department Head Bob Gillen
Bob made his monthly visit to the show to talk about alternative crops:
Bob explains alternative crops.
What some alternative crops are and the market for these crops.
Barriers to developing these crops.
The Eagle Morning Show airs LIVE on KAYS (1400 AM/94.3 FM), Eagle Channel 14 & 614, and on the KAYS App or TuneIn from 7-9am on weekday mornings. Here’s what’s coming up next week on the Eagle Morning Show:
Ellis County Commission
FHSU Police Department
Brenda Meder – Hays Arts Council
Sara Bloom – Downtown Hays Development