Commission votes to reopen fairground buildings amid virus concerns

BY JUSTIN SABATA The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has grinded many institutions in America to a halt, and in some cases, forced a difficult time for…

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Lie Low says farewell with Bach’s on the Bricks show

BY TREVOR PFEIFER Lie Low had a successful final performance to close out their time playing in Hays. Locals showed up in spades to support…

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Online COVID-19 resources for Ellis County residents

BY JUSTIN SABATA With 35 current active cases of COVID-19 in the county and both USD489 and FHSU classes right around the corner, it is…

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Hays band to play farewell show at Bach’s Lunch on Friday

BY TREVOR PFEIFER Following two years of being active members in the Hays music scene, alternative/indie band, Lie Low, will be performing their last set…

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OPINION: Has the mindset on masks changed?

BY GUOWEI “GARY” LI Due to different national conditions around the world, countries will continue to face great pressure in terms of their initial response…

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Hays woman creates masks to help protect community

BY ANNISTON WEBER Cynthia Weigel felt called to help her community when the first COVID-19 case appeared in Hays in March. With family members who…

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OPINION: Ellis County commissioners are failing us

BY ANNISTON WEBER On Monday evening, I attended the county commission meeting where commissioners were set to discuss the potential mask mandate for Ellis County.…

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FHSU Athletics adjusts to shortened MIAA fall season

BY MAKENNA ALLEN During the time of a public health crisis, no plans seem to be final, and the MIAA is no exception when it…

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County health director provides COVID update; commissioners uncomfortable with mask mandates

BY JUSTIN SABATA The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reported Monday the state saw an increase of more than 1,300 cases during the weekend.…

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Hays residents describe their experience with recent COVID-19 diagnosis

BY ANNISTON WEBER A week ago, Becky, a resident of Hays who is recently retired, woke up with a dry cough and a sore throat.…

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