Hays High defeats Wichita South 40-20. Hays High amassed 395 rushing yards in the game. HHS QB Austin Unrein rushed for 127 yards, and 4 TD’s on only 14 carries. Unfortunately, Hays’ sloppy play resulted in 13 penalties throughout the game. Hays High’s defense was brutal on 3rd Down, holding the Titans to 1/11 on […]
Thomas More Prep – Marian has put themselves in position again this year to win the Mid-Central Activities Association championship. A win Friday night in Hays against reigning champion Hoisington would finish a 3-0 conference schedule for the Monarch football team. After leading 12-7 in the second quarter versus LaCrosse last week, TMP saw the […]
A Hays-based Army Reserve unit will deploy to Qatar for approximately one year. The 391st Medical Company has about 60 soldiers whose mission will be to ship and receive medical supplies for the Central Command theater. The unit, which is part of the 807th Medical Command, also has optical and medical equipment repair capabilities. A […]
Two letters written and signed by Benjamin Franklin are currently on display at Fort Hays State University’s Forsyth Library. The Benjamin Franklin Collection was donated to the library by FHSU alumnus Dr. Cecil B. Currey.The display also includes two copies of newspapers that Franklin published, figurines, plates and other items that depict Benjamin Franklin and […]
Fort Hays State University’s Homecoming weekend kicks off next Thursday. Many of the favorites will return including the bonfire, Oktoberfest, the parade and a variety of reunions. Oktoberfest is Friday October 7, from 11 to 7. The parade will be Saturday afternoon at one. Several of the events require registration, which is due Friday.
A very nice day is in store with light winds and pleasant temperatures into the mid to upper 70’s along with plenty of sunshine. A warming trend is in store with high temperatures warming into the low 90’s by Monday. Today: Sunny, with a high near 75. Calm wind becoming south southeast between 7 and 10 […]
(AP) – Kansas is one of 26 states that have sued to overturn President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul. The states have filed a Supreme Court appeal pressing for a speedy ruling to the “grave constitutional questions” surrounding the law. The appeal is similar to one from the National Federation of Independent Business that asks […]
Doctors Without Delay is a walk-in clinic at theRooksCountyHealthCenter. The clinic has been open for about a month, and Rooks County Healthcare Foundation Executive Director Kathy Ramsay says it is providing a needed service. Five physicians, two nurse practitioners and a physician assistant staff the clinic Monday through Saturday from8amto6pm.Lab services and other diagnostic tests […]
At a news conference today called to announce good news about overall enrollment at Fort Hays State University, three individual students were recognized for their team accomplishment as national champion student financial planners. Nolan Kempke, Claflin senior, Layne Krizek, Hays senior, and Cameron Werth, Hays senior, won the Financial Planning Challenge national competition in San […]
Fort Hays State University continues to break enrollment records. On the day in which official numbers could be released, President Edward Hammond announced this fall’s enrollment during a news conference Tuesday afternoon. Fort Hays State’s enrollment is 12,802, which is a 7.7 percent increase over last fall. It is also the highest enrollment in FHSU […]
The Ellis County Commission and Hays City Commission are narrowing down a date to hold a joint meeting likely in November. County Administrator Greg Sund says EMS has outgrown its facility in Hays, and funding a solution to that problem is one of the items to be discussed. One possibility is establishing a sales tax […]
In the past few weeks the Hays City Clerk’s office has received calls about the outside watering restrictions. Finance Director Kim Rupp says those need to be followed through Friday, which means no watering from noon until 7pm. Residents planting new lawns are allowed to get a permit through City Hall.
(AP) – Months of extreme heat and severe water shortages are having a harsh impact on the Kansas corn crop this year. Dryland corn crops are doing poorly, especially in areas that had virtually no rainfall during the growing season. At Nickerson Farmers’ Co-op Elevator, manager Joe Schauf says the facility will be lucky to […]