Active COVID cases down, hospitalizations up in Ellis County

BY JUSTIN SABATA Active COVID-19 cases in Ellis County have decreased in the past week. Last Wednesday, the Ellis County Health Department reported 229 active…

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FHSU men’s and women’s basketball, wrestling, preparing for season amid uncertainty surrounding start-date

BY MAKENNA ALLEN Fall sports may be off the table for FHSU and the MIAA; however, winter sports still hold on to hope with a…

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Ellis County reports 229 active COVID cases, county commission discusses virus with health director

BY JUSTIN SABATA A day off on Monday could be considered bittersweet for some Ellis County residents. On Labor Day, the Ellis County Health Department…

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COVID numbers increase in Ellis County prior to Labor Day weekend

BY JUSTIN SABATA As Labor Day weekend arrives, the COVID-19 situation in Ellis County does not appear to be taking a break. On Wednesday, the…

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Student shares COVID-19 testimony at SGA meeting

BY CORIE LYNN The Student Government Association held their second meeting of the semester Thursday night.  Much of the evening was spent in discussion during…

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Serving Hays from a distance, local charity organizations adapt to COVID guidelines

BY CORIE LYNN Community service opportunities are often done in close proximity to people, requiring volunteers to be in contact with one another as well…

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Responding to the spread, how FHSU is dealing with COVID-19 data

BY CORIE LYNN Students returned to Fort Hays State University to find a changed campus. Many courses are presented online, and masks are required for…

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Ellis County reports 78 new COVID cases, “discrepancies” in KDHE data

BY JUSTIN SABATA There are reported inconsistencies in the information provided by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment in regards to COVID cases. On…

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Parties in Hays spike rise in COVID-19 cases; What are FHSU students doing about this?

BY PRESTON BURROWS With the third week of classes at Fort Hays State University starting, COVID-19 cases have taken off from a once steady pace…

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ICYMI: Hays City Commission votes to extend mask mandate

BY CORIE LYNN Attended by supporters and opponents alike, the Hays City Commission met Thursday evening with the goal of considering an extension for the…

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