When public safety emergencies occur, response time is of the essence. Which is why the City of Hays long has singled out non-clerical personn…

While every day is worthy of expressing thanks and gratitude to one’s mother, the second Sunday of May is reserved as the official Mother’s Da…

James Madison, the fourth president of the United States, once uttered: “Knowledge

The Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas no longer wants to be associated with Girl Scouts. Church officials there announced this week it does…

Last Sunday came and went without any lightning bolts striking the city of Hays for allowing liquor sales.

As a middle-school teacher many years ago, I remember breaking away from my science teaching. And I am proud I did. It was a middle school, wh…

USD 489’s Vision Team met May 16 to try and come up with plans for school building improvements to propose to the school board for its next bo…

Remember last November, when 56.6 percent of Kansans who had a little spare time on Nov. 8 voted for President Donald Trump, then down lower o…

Few experiences are more powerful or moving than a visit to a cemetery on Memorial Day. Unlike a military cemetery where rows upon rows of gra…

Today I withdrew my name as a candidate for the USD 489 school board. After reflecting upon the time I spent over the past few months with the…

Man does not cause global warming or climate change. That it does is speculation and not fact. It’s a theory yet to be proven with facts.

I would like to thank The Hays Daily News for the article in Sunday’s (“FHSU grad sets sights on law school”) paper recognizing Haley Sosa, on…

On Thursday, I filed to run for a seat on the Hays USD 489 school board. My goal as a board member is to generate more diversity in thinking w…

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