James A. “Jim” Charbonneau, 68, Hays, died Thursday, March 15, 2018 at HaysMed. He was born January 29, 1950 in Concordia, Kansas the son of Alfred and Lula (LaBarge) Charbonneau. He graduated from Concordia High School, Brown Mackie College, and was a retired Certified Public Accountant and a member of St. Nicholas of Myra Catholic […]
Roger Charles Chapman, 88, of Oakley, died Saturday, March 17, 2018. Roger was the third child of Charles B. and Hattie L. (Cook) Chapman, born in Bradgate, Iowa, on July 14, 1929. He lived most of his young years in Rolfe, IA and was baptized in the Rolfe Methodist Church in April, 1943. Roger served […]
RPM Speedway, Hays fires up the 2018 season with the Mike “Huey” Hughes Sunflower Classic Memorial Race. Hughes was the voice of area race tracks and long time announcer and Wall of Fame inductee at RPM Speedway. The Sunflower Classic will be two days, two complete shows, Friday and Saturday, March 30th and 31st. The […]
CONROE, TX – Cheryl (Jones) V. Arwig, 62, formerly of Colby, KS, died Saturday, March 9, 2018, at her residence in Conroe, Texas. Services are pending with Kersenbrock Funeral Chapel in Colby, KS.
Donald J. Hunter passed away on Saturday, March 17, 2018 at Wilson Care and Rehabilitation Center in Wilson, Kansas at the age of 86. He was born on April 22, 1931 in Ellsworth County, Kansas to the late Harold and Harriete (Krupp) Hunter. He grew up in the Wilson area and graduated from Wilson High […]
CITY OF HAYS Please be advised that beginning Monday, March 19, 2018, General Custer Road will be closed to through traffic from Motz Ave. to Centennial Boulevard on the west side of Chetolah Creek for pavement repairs. This work should be completed by Friday, March 23rd, pending weather conditions. Signs will be in place to direct the […]
I have to come clean about something; I am an addict! I’m addicted to Fox News on my phone and check it several times each day, often first thing in the morning for starters. The story that caught my eye one morning this week concerned the California Fish and Wildlife’s (CFW) discovery of more than […]
Schneider Auction Service Auction Date: April 7, 2018 Auction Address: 2286 Fairground Road, Victoria, KS Seller/Item information: Henry and Roxie VonLintel Retirement Farm Auction.. Selling will be Tractors, Truck, Hay Equipment, Mower, RTV, Trailers, Farm Equipment, Livestock Equipment, and Shop Related Equipment URL to auction bill: http://schneiderauctionservice.com/auction/vonlintel-farm-auction/ ——————————- Hamit Land & Auction, Inc. Auction Date: […]
CITY OF HAYS Weather permitting, the city of Hays Fire Department will be inspecting and flow testing fire hydrants on Monday, March 19, 2018, in the area of the Fort Hay State University campus between 6th St. and Golf Course Rd. and also the Hays High School campus at 13th St. and Canterbury Rd. This […]
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Timothy Allen Burris, 25, of Russell, Kansas, passed away Monday, March 12, 2018 from an ATV accident in Russell. Timothy was born December 11, 1992 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was the son of Harry Lee Burris and Teresa A. Hunt. He grew up in the Pawnee, Oklahoma and Enid, Oklahoma areas. He graduated from Enid […]
FHSU University Relations Registration for an all-inclusive 2019 Galapagos Islands trip is now available for the public. Teeming with biodiversity, locations included in the trip are Quito, Isabella Island, Santa Cruz Island and San Cristobal Island. The Galapagos Islands, consisting of 19 islands and several smaller islets, are about 600 miles west of Ecuador in […]
KDHE TOPEKA – Did you know that last year nearly 60 percent of the human exposures reported to the Kansas Poison Control Center involved medications or pharmaceuticals? Most over-the-counter and prescription medicines can be helpful when taken as directed. However, when not taken properly, medicines can be harmful, and in some cases deadly. Medication errors […]