Hays High School has announced 2019 Homecoming candidates and unveiled this year’s schedule of events. Homecoming Week activities begin this weekend with a color run and float building. The crowing of the king and queen will take place at halftime of the varsity football game against Garden City, which is scheduled to kick off at […]
By CRISTINA JANNEY Hays Post Fort Hays State University celebrated its 100th Science Cafe on Monday night by encouraging audience members to become citizen scientists. Dr. Paul Adams, director of the FHSU Science and Mathematics Education Institute, presented the lecture at the Robbins Center Monday looking back on the last 99 lectures, looking forward to […]
The Hays Police Department responded to 6 animal calls and conducted 38 traffic stops Mon., Sept. 16, 2019, according to the HPD Activity Log. Driving Under the Influence–200 block W 15th St, Hays; 12:24 AM Water Use Violation–2200 block Vine St, Hays; 3:25 AM Animal At Large–500 block W 17th St, Hays; 8:13 AM Traffic/Driving Complaint–2800 block Indian Trl, […]
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KDWPT PRATT – Surveys are complete, data is in, and the 2019 Kansas Upland Bird Hunting Forecast is ready for viewing. The highly-anticipated annual forecast predicts what pheasant, quail and prairie chicken hunters can likely expect going into the new seasons. Based on this year’s crow counts for pheasants, whistle counts for quail, and lek […]
BY BECKY KISER Hays Post There are a lot of different logos used by the city of Hays – at least 20 – in all type of media, signage, letterhead and even employee clothing. City staff believes it’s time to update to a single organizational logo, standardizing the various logos being used by all departments. […]
Members of the Daughters of the American Revolution Courtney-Spalding Chapter members Bunnie Bowen, Susan Unrein, Sherrie Smith and Judy Sherard with Hays Mayor Henry Schwaller. Schwaller recently signed a proclamation declaring Sept. 17-23, 2019 as Constitution Week in the city of Hays. The Courtney-Spalding Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution was organized in April 1926 […]
FHSU Athletics With all the bids tallied and tickets totaled, the 10th annual Tiger Auction and Dinner was another record-setting event for FHSU Athletics. Following the sale of 93 live items and 239 silent items, alongside dinner and raffle tickets, the FHSU Athletic Department raised a net total of $377,402, eclipsing 2018’s record total of […]
TMP-M Thomas More Prep-Marian this week announced the 2019 Point of Light Award recipients. The Point of Light Award is given annually at homecoming to people who have contributed to the traditions of excellence of TMP-M through their service, stewardship and example. This year’s awardees will be honored at halftime of the homecoming football game. […]
The city of Hays has proposed a new organizational logo (below). What do you think? Click HERE to read the entire story.
By DIANE GASPER-O’BRIEN FHSU University Relations and Marketing Lailah Collins didn’t think she would have time for one of her favorite extracurricular activities in college. A 4.0 student and one of the valedictorians of her senior class at Wichita South High School, Collins decided to give up choir when she came to Fort Hays State […]
The Heartland Community Foundation, which serves Ellis, Rooks and Trego counties, is accepting applications for fall grants. Online applications are due Friday, Nov. 15. This year, more than $150,000 is available to charitable projects in Ellis, Rooks and Trego counties, with over $50,000 available per county. Grants will be awarded from the following funds: • Dane […]
Operation Christmas Child volunteers will be making crafts to place in shoebox gifts from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 22, at Messiah Lutheran Church, 2000 Main St. in Hays. Rachel Albin, area coordinator, said participants do not need to have special skills, and youth are welcome to participate. “If you want to take some […]