- Brownback vetoes Medicaid expansion bill
- Area students get taste of India
- FHSU students to perform community service Sunday in Big Event
- Joey’s Law passes House, 125-0
- Weather service emphasizes safety in spotter training
- Kansas House declares pornography a public health crisis
- Five-percent flat tax plan headed to Kansas House floor
- Kansas Senate struggles with first bite at 2018, 2019 state budgets
The 116th football team in Fort Hays State University history reconvened recently for spring practice preparing to take another step forward in 2017.
MANHATTAN — A strange mixture of emotions hit Jon Wefald when Oregon and South Carolina reached the Final Four.
KEARNEY, Neb. — The Fort Hays State University tennis team returned from Wednesday’s conference match against Nebraska-Kearney without a win, …
The Hays High School boys’ golf team opened its Class 4A state title defense as host of the Bob Blazer Invitational on Tuesday at Smoky Hill C…
Jace Armstrong’s contributions to the Hays High School varsity baseball team last season were limited by the stacked senior class in front of …
- 74 students chosen as the 2017 New Student and Family Orientation leaders
- Witty, charming and smart; qualities sought in the next Big Man on Campus
- KDOT announces Kansas airport improvement projects
- Sixth, final free Herndon Clinic screening from Fort Hays State to be provided in Goodland
- President’s Distinguished Scholar presentation set for April 6
Beauty and the Beast — a fitting title, especially when Disney’s altered version of the movie parallels our choice between beauty (God, the Cr…
It was good to receive some precipitation during the last few days, and the land is starting to green up. Before long, all those long-awaited …
President Donald Trump and Paul Ryan tried to improve Obamacare. They failed.
The number of Saline County children living in poverty, the number of drug overdoses and the number of children living in single-parent homes …
The Remington school district in Butler County has canceled school for Thursday due to concerns over flooding.
A heartwarming "promposal" featuring two special-needs students from Wichita is prompting well wishes from across the globe after going viral …
It is a treat to eat out at a favorite restaurant or community event. Consumers expect the food to be safe. It is up to the food handlers to p…
Contemporary Christian Radio station 98.5 The TRUTH is hosting a new Free Friday Family Film at 7:05 p.m. Friday at Celebration Community Church.
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Dakkota C. Brown graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio.