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A partnership between state agencies announced Monday in Hays is designed to improve efficiencies in the application process for Kansas Medicaid applications as well as... [Read More]
Gifted students from Russell public schools will be able to learn in classes and projects alongside more of their peers through a Hays-based special education... [Read More]
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A partnership between state agencies announced Monday in Hays is designed to improve efficiencies in the application process for Kansas Medicaid applications as well as... [Read More]
The Wellington Heat forced another title game in the Kansas Collegiate League Baseball Postseason Tournament, handing the Hays Larks a 4-0 loss on Monday night... [Read More]
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It's not a surprise that Kansas is an agricultural state. But the recently released Census of Agriculture underlines how critical agriculture's success is to the... [Read More]
The transportation landscape is changing, and quickly.Kansas cannot afford to be left behind.Much of the focus in recent years has been on the state's transportation... [Read More]
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With a little imagination and ingenuity, Carla Callahan has turned what could have been an eyesore into a charming center of attention.Callahan has crafted a... [Read More]
Pickleball lovers can play the racquet sport in downtown Hays by the end of September, if Hays city commissioners approve installation of two courts at... [Read More]
Football season is finally here. Kind of.The Chiefs will open training camp this week when rookies and quarterbacks report on Tuesday and the veterans report... [Read More]
The Hays Larks advanced to the Kansas Collegiate League Postseason Tournament final with a 10-1 rout of the Wellington Heat on Sunday at Rodney Wheeler... [Read More]
The Hays Senior Eagles American Legion team claimed a Class AAA Zone 1 title after rallying from a nine-run deficit to edge the Great Bend... [Read More]
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Lee Richardson Zoo is happy, and a bit astounded, to announce the birth of four red panda cubs. Ember, the zoo's 9-year-old female red panda,... [Read More]
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Saturday morning in Frontier Park East, 10-year-old Sadie Mehlhaff lifted the binoculars to her eyes and looked toward four birds perched on the electrical wires... [Read More]
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Hays City Commissioners on Thursday evening at their regular work session expressed their appreciation to the Hays Fire Department for helping out the city of... [Read More]
Angry and frustrated with Ellis County, Hays City Commissioners Thursday evening were emphatic they want the county to confirm now what landfill rates it will... [Read More]
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TOPEKA — Robbie Schmidt knew that the Iliff Commons cross country course would present a stiff challenge in Saturday morning's Sunflower State Games cross country event.That's... [Read More]
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Former Hayden standout Robbie Schmidt knew that the Iliff Commons cross country course would present a stiff challenge in Saturday morning's Sunflower State Games cross... [Read More]
HAYS — Fort Hays State head baseball coach Jerod Goodale has announced 14 additions to his 2019 signing class, bringing the incoming group to 28 student-athletes.... [Read More]
After seeing their bid for a Kansas Collegiate League Jayhawk West Division tittle come up short, the Hays Larks are set to play in the... [Read More]
New wayfinding signs to be 'more robust'With new structurally robust wayfinding signs scheduled for installation around Topeka, I'm looking forward to the similarly robust effect... [Read More]
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