The Fort Hays State Tigers turned the ball over three times resulting in 14 Southwest Baptist points as the Bearcats knock off the Tigers 30-28 at Lewis Field Saturday night. The Tigers raced to a 21-10 lead with just under six minutes to play in the second quarter, but Southwest Baptist used a 44 yard […]
Live in Passaic New Jersey / 1977 Here’s a gem of a concert from the original tucker lineup. This is one of the bands I miss the most. Audio isn’t perfect, but you get a great feel for what this band was all about. Enjoy folks and LIKE it if you do.
Lights Out – A classic performance from the lineup that featured Michael Schenker,Phil Mogg, Pete Way, Paul Raymond and Andy Parker. You’d almost swear it was the album version, they’re so tight. Enjoy and LIKE it if you do.
Live at San Quentin – This is the Johnny Cash my folks warned me about. What an attitude. Clearly not fond of authority and it came out in that incredible voice of his. I hope you enjoy this piece of history as much as I did. Enjoy and LIKE it if you do.
Another real classic with a host of characters and some fine orchestral music. Enjoy it folks and LIKE it if you do so your facebook friends can enjoy it too.
The Hays Arts Council Thursday night requested $35,000 from the City ofHaysas a one-time funding boost to help supplement the funding no longer provided through the state. President Jennifer Saur says the funding will be used as seed money to kick off other fund raising efforts. Commissioner Kent Steward says there is a precedent for […]
Two issues regarding fireworks usage were settled at Thursday night’s city commission meeting. If the ordinance is passed next week, fireworks will be allowed on July 2nd, 3rd and 4th from10am to 11pm. Commissioner Ron Mellick says the problem has been the people who continue to shoot them off after the nightly deadline. The commissioners […]
Despite a 22-8 advantage in shots byFort Hays State, the goals were equal in a 1-1 draw between the FHSU women’s soccer team and Emporia State on Thursday night (Sept. 15) at the FHSU Soccer Stadium in Hays. The game counted as a non-confernce match for both teams despite both being members of the MIAA. The Hornets […]
The Hays High boys soccer teams loses 3-1 in Dodge City Thursday. The Indians trailed 1-0 at halftime but the Red Demons score two goals close together midway through the second to put the match away. Kellen Griffin scored the lone goal for the Indians on a free kick with around eight minutes to play. […]
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Melky Cabrera had four hits, including a home run, and Billy Butler hit a three-run homer to lead the Kansas City Royals to a 7-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Thursday night. The loss officially eliminated the White Sox from the playoffs. The Royals’ five-game winning streak is […]
The TMP-Marian girls cross country team finished second with 45 points, nine behind first place Norton in the 1-4A Division at the Thursday’s Hays High Invitational. The Monarchs Heather Ruder was the winner of the division and had the lowest girls time at 14:55.22. TMP’s Allison Pfeifer was third (15:26.40). Cassidy Rathbun finished ninth for […]
The Hays High girls volleyball team goes 1-2 at the Pratt Quadrangular. The Indians lose 2-0 to the host Greenbacks (16-25, 18-25), defeat Garden City in three (25-21, 19-25, 25-22) then fall to Ulysses in two (22-25, 22-25). The Indians are now 9-4 on the season.
It can’t get much more classic than this medley of songs from Jimmy Rogers which dates back to between 1929-1934. The medley includes ‘Waitin For A Train’ and ‘Blue Yodel’. Please do enjoy and LIKE it if you do.