The Hays High boys soccer team fell behind early and loses 4-0 to Liberal at the Hays High Field Thursday, snapping their two-match win streak. The Redskins jumped out to a 3-0 first half lead and it would stay that way until they added a fourth goal with under two minutes to play. The […]
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Pitching coach Bob McClure and bench coach John Gibbons will not return with the Kansas City Royals next season. Manager Ned Yost said Thursday that the two coaches will not be on his staff in 2012. Hitting coach Kevin Seitzer, first base coach Doug Sisson, third base coach Eddie Rodriguez […]
This is one of our 8 week old kittens available for adoption. All of them are housetrained and current on their kitten vaccinations. They all need loving homes to grow up in and would love a warm place to snuggle up. If you are interested in adopting one of these little cuties please visit the […]
Ellis County Rural Fire Department and other area departments were called out to a grass fire North of Victoria Thursday afternoon. More details to come.
Army officials say a Fort Riley soldier from California has died of his wounds from an attack with a roadside bomb in Afghanistan. Fort Riley said Thursday that 21-year-old Spc. Garrett A. Fant of American Canyon, Calif., died Monday after his unit was attacked by enemy forces in Helmand province. Fant died of his wounds […]
A Hays-based Army Reserve unit will deploy to Qatar for approximately one year. The 391st Medical Company has about 60 soldiers whose mission will be to ship and receive medical supplies for the Central Command theater. The unit, which is part of the 807th Medical Command, also has optical and medical equipment repair capabilities. A […]
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s campaign treasurer faces a potential $5,000 fine from the state ethics commission over mistakes in finance reports from last year’s campaign. Kobach said Thursday that his campaign treasurer, state Rep. Tom Arpke of Salina, is not responsible for the mistakes and actually helped find them. Arpke did not immediately […]
Two letters written and signed by Benjamin Franklin are currently on display at Fort Hays State University’s Forsyth Library. The Benjamin Franklin Collection was donated to the library by FHSU alumnus Dr. Cecil B. Currey.The display also includes two copies of newspapers that Franklin published, figurines, plates and other items that depict Benjamin Franklin and […]
Fort Hays State University’s Homecoming weekend kicks off next Thursday. Many of the favorites will return including the bonfire, Oktoberfest, the parade and a variety of reunions. Oktoberfest is Friday October 7, from 11 to 7. The parade will be Saturday afternoon at one. Several of the events require registration, which is due Friday.
Governor Sam Brownback hosted an economic summit Wednesday in Garden City, focusing on animal agriculture. Brownback told the group that animal agriculture is a key topic for the state. The meeting used breakout sessions and a roundtable discussion to look at ways to recruit, regulate and market animal agriculture. Some of the session topics included […]
A very nice day is in store with light winds and pleasant temperatures into the mid to upper 70’s along with plenty of sunshine. A warming trend is in store with high temperatures warming into the low 90’s by Monday. Today: Sunny, with a high near 75. Calm wind becoming south southeast between 7 and 10 […]
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Trevor Plouffe’s RBI single with two outs in the ninth inning gave Carl Pavano and the Twins a 1-0 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday, helpingMinnesota stave off a 100-loss season. Pavano (9-13) went the distance, pitching nine scoreless innings for the first time since July 22, 2010. He gave […]
Bugs Bunny in Buccaneer Bunny from 1948. At it again, Yosemite Sam and Bugs square off in this pirate adventure. Only Bugs would blow up a parrot! Enjoy and share it if you like it 🙂