Expanding the Supreme Court

Many Americans are asking Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to answer what they believe to be a simple question “Do you support expanding the Supreme…

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County COVID hardships continue, commissioner open to discuss quarantine requirements in local schools

BY JUSTIN SABATA Ellis County Director of Health Services Jason Kennedy cut to the chase regarding COVID-19 in the area during Monday’s Ellis County Commission…

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Student Engagement offers “Spa Life” event to de-stress during midterms

BY KERISA BROWN Students had a chance to relax on Thursday and Friday with student engagement’s Spa Life event. With midterm week upon campus, many…

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FHSU hosts debate for state legislative candidates

BY CORIE LYNN Elections at both the local and national levels are approaching. As a part of the race between incumbent Barb Wasinger, R-Hays and…

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New campus organization seeks to change FHSU health culture

BY CORIE LYNN Fort Hays State University is home to a variety of student organizations. From Shooting Club to religious organizations, each provides students with…

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Hays City Commission discusses R9 Ranch Project status

BY CORIE LYNN Last Thursday, the Hays City Commission held their first meeting since the second city-wide mask mandate extension. Though a divisive topic in…

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Retro Review: Cobra Kai continues themes presented by The Karate Kid

BY John Carter JR With Cobra Kai ranking in the top ten for multiple weeks after its launch on Netflix and season three just announced…

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SGA meets in person, discusses student services and reported hate crime response

BY CORIE LYNN After spending the semester meeting via Zoom, the FHSU Student Government Association hosted its first in-person meeting Thursday. The evening was spent…

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Potential hate crime on campus prompts university police investigation

BY ANNISTON WEBER The Fort Hays State University Police are investigating a potential hate crime that occurred on campus Tuesday afternoon.  Kassandra Razo, a friend…

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