Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. They’re the “best fire ‘insurance’ you can get,” says Hays Firefighter Ross Meder. And Roosevelt Elementary School second-grader Tyler Johnson assures Meder that there’s a smoke detector at his house. “It always goes off when we make pizza in the oven. It’s smoky,” he explains. Tyler Johnson and his fellow […]
At tonight’s Hays City Commission Meeting, the commission will discuss a proposed annexation of land bordering the northeast city limits to allow for a business to develop the property. According to this evening’s meeting agenda, “The current owners of this property have submitted a signed consent to annex the property under K.S.A. 12-520a and desire […]
More than six million young people across the country are celebrating national 4-H Week That includes Kelli Buxton, a member of the Bits and Spurs 4-H Club. She’s been busy helping Ellis County Extension 4-H and Youth Agent Susan Schlichting designing a 4-H display in the window of Northglen Antiques in downtown Hays. Kelli’s projects […]
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Congressman Tim Huelskamp has selected Roberta Molstad from Hays and Robert and Joy Phillips from Garden City as 2013 Angels in AdoptionTM heroes for their outstanding advocacy of adoption and foster care issues. The Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute (CCAI), which orchestrates the Angels in Adoption™ program, will honor these Kansans along with more than […]
Earlier this week, the Hays Arts Council hosted over 800 Kindergarten and 1st Grade students at the Beach/Schmidt Performing Arts Center for Wichita Children’s Theatre “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” – and, in the evening presented a public performance for young people and their families. The evening performance was folowed by a “meet & greet” […]
CITY OF HAYS COMMISSION MEETING THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2013 – 6:30 P.M. AGENDA 1. Call to order by Chairperson. 2. MINUTES: Consider approval of the minutes from the regular meeting held on September 26, 2013. (PAGE 1) 3. CITIZEN COMMENTS: (non-agenda items). 4. CONSENT AGENDA: (Items to be approved by the Commission in one motion, […]
The Hays Police Department conducted 13 traffic stops and received 7 animal calls Tuesday October 8th according to the Police Activity Log. Animal Call 7:48 AM – Animal At Large reported in the 1000 block of Vine St 8:07 AM – Animal At Large reported in the 300 block of W 7th St 9:36 AM […]
5:09 p.m. No serious injuries reported. We will report more as the information is released. First responders are on the scene of an injury accident at 22nd and Canterbury in Hays. Few details are available. Stay tuned to Eagle Radio and check Hays Post for more information as it becomes available.
4:30pm – Trevor May told Hays Post that a “certain chain of events” this afternoon is allowing the Sears Hometown Store in Hays to remain open Friday and beyond. May said that after this afternoon’s events (which he wouldn’t comment on in any detail) there are no longer any plans to close the store. […]
The American Red Cross (ARC) has chosen Fort Hays State University as the Central Plains Region Blood Services “University of the Year.” Red Cross representatives will present a plaque at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9, in the Stouffer Lounge on campus. It’s the second time FHSU has received this honor since 2000, which is when […]
Options: Domestic and Sexual Violence Services Inc. based out of Hays has been awarded a $30,000 grant for its victims service programs. Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt made the announcement today about the grant which was awarded from the Protection from Abuse Fund. Executive Director Charlotte Linsner told Hays Post the grant provides services to […]
At approximately 4:25 p.m.a large truck will be moving a wind mill from the south edge of Hays on US 183 Highway, through town. If possible, avoid the area.