Mike Cooper visits with Benjamin Cline and previews the coming Spring semester activities in the department of music and theatre at Fort Hays State University.
Mike Cooper visits Dr. Chapman Rackaway about his new book entitled, “Civic Failure and Its Threat to Democracy.”
In this episode, Mike Cooper visits with Kerry McCue, the new Ellis County Health Services manager.
Mike Cooper visits with Betty Hansen about the Soup R’ Bowl coming up this weekend and how it benefits the Humane Society of the High Plains.
Eagle’s Mike Cooper visits with new Hays Airport manager, Ovid Seifers.
Mike Cooper visits with assistant city manager, Jacob Wood about what is coming up for the city of Hays in 2017.
Eagle’s Mike Cooper visits with newly elected state Rep. Eber Phelps, D-Hays.
Mike Cooper visits with Henry Schwaller about issues regarding the city of Hays and events coming up at Fort Hays State University.
Mike Cooper visits with High Plains Independence executive director, Gina Anderson about the event “Family to Family.”
The United Way of Ellis County is falling short of its goal and is looking for help. Mike Cooper visits United Way Executive Director Sherry Dryden.
Fort Hays State University’s technology teams recently won six championships at the regional STEM Education Association regional conference in Branson, Mo. Mike Cooper visits with Eric Deneault of the Department of Applied Technology at FHSU about the course.
Fort Hays State University graduate students in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department were recently awarded first place in the National Student Speech-Language -Hearing Association Knowledge Bowl in Philadelphia. Mike Cooper visits with Dr. C. Frederick Britten about the bowl.
Mike Cooper speaks with the new director of development for the Fort Hays State University Foundation, Jon Armstrong.