In the latest episode of Community Connection, Eagle’s Mike Cooper visits with the new Hays Convention and Visitors Bureau director Melissa Dixon. Community Connection can be seen on Eagle Cable Channels 14 and 614.
Mike Cooper visits with Dr. Brian Maricle, associate professor and assistant chair of the Department of Biological Sciences at Fort Hays State University about plant growing conditions under stressful environments.
With summer’s busy activities, it becomes harder and harder to have a home-cooked meal with the family. Linda Beech shows shows us how to save time on those busy nights.
Gardening is just around the corner and Holly Dickman explains why soil testing is a good idea before you start that garden.
Mike Cooper visits with Roger Schieferecke, director of the Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Sciences at Fort Hays State University, about the project integrating itself with other countries to further learning opportunities for it’s participants.
It’s time, once again, to think about soil testing. Stacy Campbell has some tips on how to get a good soil sample for testing.
Mike Cooper visits with Leslie Paige, director of the Office of Scholarship and Sponsored Projects at Fort Hays State University, who has recently earned a Presidential Award from the National Association of School Psychologists for her exceptional service to children and school psychology.
In part two of this interview, Mike Cooper finds out more about research Phil Stahlman has done at the Kansas State Research Center over the past 42 years and his involvement in a listening tour in Colorado.
Mike Cooper catches up with Matt Means after a few years to get an update on the Honors College at Fort Hays State University.