HAYSMED It may take only a few minutes, but for the victim of sudden cardiac arrest, it can be the event of a lifetime. Sudden cardiac arrest strikes about 250,000 adults in the United States annually. More than 95 percent of its victims die before reaching a hospital – many because they don’t receive cardiopulmonary […]
SUBMITTED Storm spotter training will be held in WaKeeney Thu., March 2, at 7 p.m. in the 4-H building at the Trego County Fairgrounds. The event is sponsored by Trego County Emergency Management and the National Weather Service office in Dodge City. All are welcome to attend.
Today Sunny, with a high near 51. East northeast wind 5 to 13 mph becoming west in the morning. Tonight Mostly clear, with a low around 24. North northeast wind around 6 mph becoming south southeast after midnight. Monday Mostly sunny, with a high near 59. South southeast wind 5 to 11 mph. Monday Night […]
Hays Post A Hays woman involved in a multimillion probate case regarding Fort Hays State University and the estate of Earl O. Field has been indicted for mail fraud, according to documents. The indictment of Wanda Oborny, recently unsealed by the U.S. District Court in Wichita, alleges that in March 2013, “the defendant herein, with the […]
DCC RUSSELL–March is Youth Art Month and the Deines Cultural Center is celebrating with our annual student art exhibition. The art students from Russell schools, USD 407 have been creating works of art in ceramics, drawing, painting, and other mediums all school year. This is your chance to see the creative side of Russell’s youth. […]
ELLIS CO. EXTENSION Like daffodils, robins or new leaves on the trees, another sign of spring will soon be here– the annual Walk Kansas program from K-State Research and Extension. Now is the time to begin forming your teams for this statewide health and wellness program. Walk Kansas runs from March 19 to May 13 […]
HCF The Heartland Community Foundation, a charitable foundation serving Ellis, Rooks and Trego counties, has an opportunity through the generosity of the Dane G. Hansen Foundation to earn up to $50,000 for HCF’s granting-making endowment targeted to Ellis County. The Hansen Foundation will match any gifts that the public makes, dollar for dollar up to […]
Sponsored by Glassman, Bird, Brown and Powell LLP — a full-service law firm serving Hays and Northwest Kansas.
KARTA Join Kansas State University and the Kansas Ag Research and Technology Association (KARTA) on Thursday, March 2nd or Friday, March 3rd for an informative and hands-on workshop entitled “Dealing with Precision Agriculture Data.” The focus for the workshop will be cleaning yield data using USDA ARS Yield Editor software. Participants will learn the following: […]
Recent inspection results from the Kansas Department of Agriculture: Thomas Moore Prep Marian High School, 1701 Hall, Hays- Feb.16 Routine inspection found one violation. In the north walk in cooler there were raw shelled eggs being stored directly over the ready to eat tortilla shells. Corrected on site- Person in charge moved the shelled eggs […]
Senior Fort Hays State University history major, Ellen Boeding, chose Leora Stroup as a figure she wanted for an exhibit as part of an apprenticeship at the Ellis County Historical Society. Mike Cooper visits with Boeding about why she chose Stroup.
The Hays Police Department responded to 7 animal calls and 18 traffic stops Mon., Feb. 20, 2017, according to the HPD Activity Log. Drug Offenses/DUI–1200 block 250th Ave, Hays; 12:24 AM MV Accident-City Street/Alley–General Custer and Reservation, Hays; 6:45 AM Phone/Mail Scam–200 block Castillian Blvd, Hays; 10:15 AM Criminal Damage to Property–3600 block Hall St, […]