As of 5:50 p.m. the Northwest Kansas Department of Transportation reports that Interstate 70 and US Highway 24 are now reopened. High winds and blowing dirt have prompted Kansas officials to close about 55 miles of westbound Interstate 70 from Colby to the Colorado line. The westbound lanes were closed around 3:30 Central time Thursday […]
Final Volume in the first series – Grand Ole Opry TV from long, long ago 🙂 Today, enjoy Faron Young, Minnie Pearl & Ferlin Husky.
The expanding drought has led the Governor’s office to update the state’s drought conditions. The update includes moving 13 counties from warning status up to emergency status and adding six other counties to watch status. The emergency status now includes Barton, Pawnee and Lane Counties. Osborne County has been moved into the drought watch category.
Fort Hays State’s Homecoming weekend has begun, and Hays Police Chief Don Scheibler says the goal for the police department is to make sure everyone has a safe weekend. Along with additional police on patrol, there will be ABC agents and the Highway Patrol will conduct sobriety check lanes. Safe Ride will run Friday from […]
Expect windy conditions today with increasing cloudiness. There will be a slight chance of thunderstorms in the west shifting to the east this afternoon. Even windier conditions are expected tomorrow with a chance of thunderstorms late. A large upper level trough will move through the area Friday through Sunday bringing a good chance of beneficial […]
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) – Collin Klein doesn’t have the smoothest throwing motion. He takes a lot of hits and doesn’t always make the best decisions. But what has thrust the quarterback onto the national radar are the results – Klein has No. 20 Kansas State off to a 4-0 start and its highest national ranking […]
October 5, 2011, Topeka, KS — The Kansas Volleyball Association is pleased to announce the 2011 Week 5 Volleyball Rankings sponsored by PrepVolleyball.com. Records are as of 10/3/11. Classifications are based on the released classifications from KSHSAA on 9/27/11. Rank – School – Record – Last Week’s Rank 6A 1. Washburn Rural (15-3) (1) 2. […]
Post Submitted By Tom Wilbur Birth. Life. Death. The cycle of life, in three words. From the moment we are born, we are created by God to grow—in stature, skills, understanding, wisdom, maturity, and spirituality. He has given us the tools to embrace the day and make a difference in the lives of each person […]
Submitted By Richard D. Fry The administration’s bringing Obama Care (ACA) to Kansas has revealed a lot. The prime duty of a government is to protect the life, liberty and property of the citizens. Legislators take an oath to protect the Constitution, have a duty to promote the wishes of the majority of their constituents […]
The proof is in this story. Hays resident Teresa Boos talks with her bone marrow donor Sandra Drews of Berlin, Germany and Street Beat’s Casey McAvoy tells us how Boos signed him up to be on the donor registry. Two years after signing up, Casey would be notified that his donation would be needed to […]
Ellis Police have released the identity of the man killed in a vehicle accident Tuesday night in Ellis. 26-year-old Jarrett Johnson was westbound in the 700 block of East 10th St., or Highway 40, when he lost control of his vehicle and hit a tree. Chief Randy Taylor says Johnson was pronounced dead at the scene […]
Volume 11 of this first run of Grand Ole Opry TV show clips. On this volume: Minnie Pearl, Webb Pierce, Faron Young, The Carters and more odd comedy from Rod Brassfield with the help of Carl Smith.
A 27-year-old man is now in the Saline County Jail on charges of felony murder, child abuse and a KDOC warrant in connection with the death of a 14-month-old boy Tuesday in Salina. Salina Police Captain Mike Sweeney says that EMS and officers were sent to 612 West Prescott about 10:45 am Tuesday on a […]