By Mary Powell ~ Opinion post from Salina Post I am heartbroken that Herman Cain stepped out of the GOP presidential race but I understand why he did it. I also realize now, how much more dangerous Herman Cain can and will be to the Democratic Party. You might say, “They ain’t seen nuthin’ yet.” […]
By John Fedele Now, for all you who are saying: “they were forced off their land by the invading white man and put on reservations where their culture was destroyed.” The Americans I am referring to, are those who you blame for the aforementioned. Those Americans who brought forth this nation, Those Americans who expanded […]
As a girl growing up in Victoria, I eagerly anticipated the Christmas season and the television movie The House Without a Christmas Tree based on the novel by Gail Rock. The premise of the story involves a young girl named Addie Mills who lived in a small rural community and won a Christmas tree at […]
By Mary Powell ~ Salina Post Black Friday of 2011 brought out the worst in some folks, or so it seems. I read articles and heard news reports about the violence that occurred in some retail stores. It just blows my mind. I guess I am not a material girl. I could care less about […]
by Marty Keenan ~ Great Bend Post November 22. The date jumps off the calendar at me like no other. Coming from an Irish Catholic Democratic family, November 22 has special meaning. Jack Kennedy, who survived his PT boat being split in two by a Japanese Destroyer, was gunned down on an American street in […]
I AM A COMMUNITY BANK. by Tom Wilbur I am a community bank. Some of you recognize me, because you’ve chosen to do business with me. I’ve generally been around these parts a while, and more often than not, have a history of service to our community. I’m confident you’ve stopped by one of my […]
By David Norlin Voter fraud is indeed a Kansas problem, as Secretary of State Kris Kobach points out. Not the kind he alleges. The kind he perpetrates. The real fraud is perpetrated upon voters, not by them. Kobach’s failure to account for just under $80 thousand in contributions and expenses, in a campaign that raised […]
Following the flag raising, a 21-gun salute and “Taps” begin the 2011 Veterans Day program at Hays VFW Post 9076.
The Eagle Morning Show with Boomer and Mike would like to say ” THANK YOU and GOD BLESS” to all the men and women serving and who have served our great country.
Allen Field House. Not much more needs to be said. It is as much a part of basketball as the freaking ball. It is one of the few places I enter in a sports setting that I still get that “awe” moment. From reading the “Phog Warning” atop the rafter to now an unbelievable Hall […]
This list is from a website called Complex.com, here are the Top 24 Worst Halloween Candies. I agree with most on the list… however I love candy corn and orange slices and they both made the worst list. What do you think of the list? Are there any candies you can think of that should […]
Not sure where this is at but WOW somebody has time on their hands. Light Show to the music of LMFAO – Party Rock Anthem
Dry as the weather has been in western Kansas the past two years…the well has been even drier at Hays High concerning the football program. Not since 1995 have the Hays High Indian’s football team been to the 5A state playoffs. Since 1995 here are some things that have happened: 1996: Bob Dole nominated for […]