HANSTON – Lee Ross Salmans, 83, passed away July 14, 2019 at Hodgeman County Health Center, Jetmore, Kan. He was born Jan. 7, 1936 in Larned, Kan., the son of Otha Truman and Sylvia May Clifton Salmans. He graduated from Baylor University and was commissioned into the United States Air Force as a second lieutenant. […]
Judith Lynn “Judi” Morse was born Saturday, Nov. 22, 1952. She died Sunday, July 14, 2019 in Atwood, Kan. A celebration of life will take place at a later date. Arrangements are being handled by Baalmann Mortuary.
Judy Younger was born Friday, April 26, 1963, and she died Monday, July 15th, 2019. Services are pending with Baalmann Mortuary.
Dwaine George Grubb, 72, of Holyrood, Kansas, died on Thursday, July 4, 2019, at the Ellsworth County Medical Center in Ellsworth, Kan. Dwaine was born on April 26, 1947, in Wilson, Kan., the son of Arthur and Edna (Malir) Grubb. He grew up in the Wilson, Holyrood and Ellsworth, Kan., areas and graduated from Wilson High […]
By CRISTINA JANNEY Hays Post The USD 489 Summer Lunch Program has seen more than a 50 percent increase in the number of children it is serving this summer, and the director is attributing the jump to the new location at the Hays Public Library. The program was moved to the library temporarily this summer […]
Simon Peter Korbe Jr., age 87, passed away on Sunday, July 14, 2019 at Wichita County Health Center in Leoti, Kansas. Simon was born August 2, 1931 in Wallace, Kansas, the son of Simon Peter and Katie (Dechant) Korbe Sr. A lifetime resident of Wichita County, Kansas, he was a farmer, welder and worked in […]
Born March 27, 1937, to Georgia Mullinex and Robert Grizzell in Great Bend, Kansas. He passed away July 14, 2019 in Lawrence, Kansas. Ken graduated from Claflin High School in 1955. He married his high school sweetheart, Suzanne Miller on March 30, 1959. He attended Fort Hays State University and Wichita State University with a […]
Sternberg Museum of Natural History The Sternberg recently received three young Sonoran Desert Toads that were being illegally kept and sold. Once staff members at the museum heard about the unfortunate event, they were happy to take them and add them to museum’s animal family. None of them have names yet, but they are quickly […]
By CRISTINA JANNEY Hays Post Eight students from South Korea peered into brightly colored test tubes and furiously scribbled observations during a week-long camp at Fort Hays State University. The students are replicating experiments from research conducted by Dr. Arvin Cruz, FHSU chemistry teacher, on substances that might be used as conductors in solar panels. […]
By CANDACE RACHEL Plainville Times Editor PLAINVILLE — Following the June 27 auction of the Plainville Livestock Commission real estate and effects, another Plainville business is scheduled to go under the auction block Aug. 1. The other shoe has dropped for Chuck Comeau and Dessin Fournir Cos. The once madly successful DFC Holdings, which includes […]
By CRISTINA JANNEY Hays Post PLAINVILLE — The Dessin Fournir bankruptcy case has been dismissed from federal bankruptcy court and a sheriff’s sale has been set for Aug. 1. Seven pieces of property with mortgages held by Sunflower Bank will be auctioned. Properties listed in the foreclosure included 201 E. 12th St. in Hays, and Plainville […]
By CRISTINA JANNEY Hays Post First Care Clinic of Hays is wrapping up a $1 million renovation of its Hays building and has set an open house and ribbon cutting for July 16. The clinic has added eight exams rooms, a telemedicine room, a patient education room, a nurses station and renovated the basement into […]