Keith E. Mongeau, 68, passed away Friday, July 12, 2019 at Hays Medical Center, Hays, Kansas. He was born in Plainville, Kansas on January 25, 1951 to Levi and Grace (Meyers) Mongeau. He attended and graduated from Palco High School. After graduation, he attended Fort Hays State University. Keith was a member of Sacred Heart […]
Robert “Bob” Wise passed away Friday, July 12, 2019 at Rooks County Health Center, Plainville, Kansas at the age of 71. He was born to Don E. and Maxine Marie (Gibson) Wise on February 28, 1948 in Hays, Kansas. He attended school in Plainville. Bob was united in marriage to Kathy Brown on August 16, […]
By JAMES BELL Hays Post A Union Pacific train derailment in Hays caused some home evacuations and a few road closures near downtown late Sunday afternoon. “A little after 5 p.m. dispatch received a call from Union Pacific Railroad concerning a derailment they had near the intersection of Ninth and Milner,” said Kim Rupp, Hays […]
ELLIS COUNTY The Ellis County Public Works Department is announcing that a small bridge/culvert replacement project will begin Monday, July 15. The 1600 and 1700 block of 230th Avenue, between 55th and Feedlot Road, will be closed to through traffic beginning at 7:30 a.m. Monday, July 15, and will reopen at 5 p.m. Thursday, weather […]
I had fun pulling together the handout material for my recent 4th Friday program at the Great Bend Senior Center, titled, “Field to Fork.” I wanted to highlight the wonderful produce available at our Farmer’s Markets, so I stopped by the day before my program and found just what I was looking for. I found […]
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OFFICE OF GOV. TOPEKA – Governor Laura Kelly appointed three members to the Kansas Water Authority (KWA). The Kansas Water Authority plans for the development, management and use of state water resources by state or local agencies. Kelly appointed the following members: David Stroberg (R), Hutchinson, for the central Kansas groundwater management district seat, from […]
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FHSU University Relations Degree programs offered by Fort Hays State University through its FHSU Virtual College received five No. 1 rankings, six top-10 national recognitions and several other rankings in June for being among the best and most affordable programs offered by U.S. colleges and universities. CollegeValuesOnline.com No. 1, Top Master’s in Counseling Degrees Online […]
COLBY — Colby Community College conferred 288 degrees and certificates on May 10 at the Colby Community Building during the 54th annual commencement ceremony. Names are published alphabetically by home location as indicated by the student. Kansas students are arranged by city, out-of-state students are listed by city and state, and international students by country. […]
GARDEN CITY — Garden City Community College Director of Bands Casey Hands has been named the 2019 Outstanding Young Bandmaster by the Kansas Bandmaster’s Association. The award will be presented to Hands at the KBA Convention in Wichita on July 19. The Outstanding Young Bandmaster award is presented annually by the KBA and the International […]
EDITOR’S NOTE: This essay on a topic in agriculture was researched and written by a student as part of a project in a senior animal science class at Fort Hays State University. The project director is Dr. Brittany Howell, associate professor of agriculture. By REGAN KATS Prairie View senior Every day at exactly 12:34, I […]