12:55 p.m. update A Friday morning rollover accident sent a man to the hospital. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, Twenty-nine year old Keith E. Hammond of Casper, Wyoming was driving a 2001 Chevy Silverado pickup east bound on I-70 at mile post 164, 4 miles East of Hays. He lost control of the […]
The higher rates for tier two water use in Hays went into effect Thursday, August 1. The city is hoping customers will continue to conserve water: The outdoor watering ban remains in effect in Hays through September 30. No outdoor watering is allowed between noon and 7p.m.
The Hays Police Department and Hays Public Library will be hosting a Bike Rodeo Saturday, August 3 at the Hays Public Library. Lt. Ron Rounkles says rodeo participants will be split into two groups: While participants wait in line for the course, officers will do inspections of bicycles: Officers will check handlebars, seat height, brakes, […]
Tuesday, August 06, 2013 is Enrollment Day at Holy Family Elementary. Enrollment will be in the Little Theater (cafeteria) downstairs from 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. All book fee payments must be paid by or on this date. Parents are asked to please bring any finished paperwork they may have received for Preschool or Kindergarten children […]
11:40 a.m. The 700 block of Allen Street is now open. Mike Morley, Midwest Energy manager of corporate communications told Hays Post that their crews had been doing routine rebuild work in that area this morning. “It was nothing unusual but required temporarily closing the street while the crews were stringing wire,” said Morley. The […]
Online enrollment for USD 489 is open for all schools except Hays High. Parents of students grades 1-8 can login using their PowerSchool login to complete the enrollment. Click the links below to begin: http://secure.usd489.com/enroll2013/ Online enrollment will be available until August 11th. Families that have new students to the district or do not want to […]
Hays is one of four communities involved in the MOKAN Take Charge Challenge. It will engage businesses and organizations from the cities in Kansas and Missouri in an exciting competition designed to impact energy and water efficiency with organizations of all types through education, engagement and results. The competition builds on the success of the […]
TMP-Marian enrollment is August 5-6. Students unable to enroll during their scheduled time need to contact the Front Office on or after August 7. Students need to complete and bring the forms they received in the mail and make sure all tithing arrangements have been approved by your parish. Enrollment times are listed below. August […]
CITY OF HAYS CITY COMMISSION WORK SESSION THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 2013 – 6:30 P.M. AGENDA ITEM FOR REVIEW: July 18, 2013 Work Session Notes (PAGE 1)DEPARTMENT HEAD RESPONSIBLE: Kim Rupp, Director of Finance ITEM FOR REVIEW: Hays Aquatic Park Wood Staining/Sealing (PAGE 5) DEPARTMENT HEAD RESPONSIBLE: Jeff Boyle, Director of Parks ITEMFORREVIEW:2014BudgetReviewPERSON RESPONSIBLE: Toby Dougherty, […]
No excuses for being bored during August in Hays: More information about Hays happenings is available on the new Hays Convention and Visitors Bureau website www.haysusa.net.
On Wednesday afternoon, the City of Hays Fire Department, Police Department and Ellis County EMS were dispatched to a building fire at Carlos O’Kelly’s Mexican Café, 4107 Vine Street. On arrival, firefighters found a small fire burning in the same location as the Monday fire. Firefighters opened up the wall and quickly extinguished the fire. […]
The Hays Police Department is investigating a string of vehicle burglaries that happened last weekend. Approximately 12 vehicles had items taken from them. Because of the proximity of the burglaries and the nature of the crimes, officers are treating them as related incidents. Police Chief Don Scheibler told Hays Post “We see this a couple of times […]
The updated Conservation Tier 2 water rates in Hays go into effect August 1. City Finance Director Kim Rupp explains how it works: Rupp says the city has had a conservation tier since 2004. The new rates will be reflected in the September water bills.