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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MIAA to delay start of Fall sports practices, competition

By FHSU SPORTS INFORMATION KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The MIAA and its member institutions announced a plan on Monday (July 20) to delay the start…

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Hays High sets graduation date for July 25; social distancing encouraged

BY ANNISTON WEBER Hays High School has set its graduation for 10 a.m. this Saturday in the student parking lot outside of the front entrance…

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FHSU embraces change, faces challenges head-on

I begin this column as I started the last one – focusing on the same three words that capture the personality of Fort Hays State…

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Ellis County COVID concerns continue, now at 27 active cases

BY JUSTIN SABATA Ellis County Health Director Jason Kennedy has seemingly had to repeat his recommendations to the public since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Questions…

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‘Lamb of God,’ the loud truth America still refuses to hear

BY JUSTIN SABATA “i DoN’t LiKE tHEm ANyMoRE, theY’Re tOo PoLITicaL!” Here are some lyrics from an album that debuted at 15th in this week’s…

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ICYMI: Ellis County Commission vetoes governor’s mask order; Kennedy addresses mask concerns

BY JUSTIN SABATA Thursday was one of Kansas’ busiest days of the year regarding COVID-19, beginning when Gov. Laura Kelly signed an executive order requiring…

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