Mike Cooper visits with Helen Miles at FHSU about her receiving the Outstanding Teacher Award.
Mike Cooper visits with the new chair of the Department of Teacher Education at Fort Hays State University, Christopher Jochum.
Mike Cooper visits with Tatum Kimzey, Tammy Younger and Marla Matkin about the festivities scheduled at the 150 years of Historic Fort Hays.
Mike Cooper visits with local historian, Steve Arthur about some of the history at the Walker Army Airfield located in Walker, Kansas.
Susan Schlicting highlights on of the classes offered by 4-H that allows children to build, fly and learn how rockets fly, as well as a little history of the aerospace program in the United States.
In its ninth year, Kansas Speaks is a series of surveys conducted in the spring and fall by the Docking Institute of Public Affairs at Fort Hays State University. Mike Cooper visits with Bradley Pendergast on the results of most recent survey taken.
In this episode of Community Connection, Mike Cooper visits with David Levering of the Sternberg Museum about Summer camps and an upcoming exhibit at the museum.
Mike Cooper visits with Hays High School FFA Advisor, Curt Vajnar on the Hays High FFA being awarded the National Champion Land Team.
Mike Cooper interviews Bill Gasper about receiving the Jackie Engel Award for outstanding journalism adviser in the state of Kansas.
Warmer temperatures means the city of Hays will soon be opening the Hays Aquatic Park. With more on what people can expect at the pool this year, is Hays Recreation Commission director, Roger Bixenman.
Mike Cooper speaks with Fort Hays State University’s, Mark Eberle, about his new book, “Kansas Baseball – 1858-1941.”
The Hays Community Assistance Center is having its annual, “Canned Food Drive” this weekend. Mike Cooper visits with Laurie Mortinger on how you can help out.