Ellis County primary election results

By CORIE LYNN Across the state of Kansas, voters converged on local polling places to cast ballots for federal and state House and Senate seats.…

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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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FHSU’s inaugural BSN to DNP graduating class sets a high standard

By UNIVERSITY RELATIONS Graduating classes of 2020 across the country long will be remembered for the challenges they faced during the last several weeks before…

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FHSU’s Tiger Tots excited to show off new space

By UNIVERSITY RELATIONS With portions of Fort Hays State University’s Rarick Hall undergoing renovation this year, the Tiger Tots Preschool Center – whose home is…

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FHSU’s Kansas Wetlands Education Center annual meteor shower watch party

By UNIVERSITY RELATIONS Each August, Earth passes through a stream of dust and debris left behind by the Swift-Tuttle Comet. With perfect weather conditions and…

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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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