County COVID numbers improving; health director advises precautions and vaccine education

BY JUSTIN SABATA COVID Currently While the COVID-19 virus is still present in the county, there have been improvements. Hospitalizations have decreased from 18 to…

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Art students destroy their final projects

BY CJ GIBSON As other courses wrapped up the semester with essays and exams, one FHSU art class ended the year by hanging piñatas of…

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FHSU foursome wins 2020 Kansas Startup

By UNIVERSITY RELATIONS A group of Fort Hays State University students who got to know each other as members of the Tiger track and field…

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Grow Hays hopes to meet retiree housing needs

BY CORIE LYNN Grow Hays works within the Hays and Ellis County communities to promote business and economic development. Part of this mission includes enacting…

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Chile experiences total solar eclipse

BY NICOLAS CORTES             A total eclipse of the sun was witnessed in most of Chile this morning, gathering people from all over the world, even…

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Shop with a Cop provides more than toys

BY CORIE LYNN Many people find great joy in the holiday season. They celebrate Hanukkah with family, exchange gifts at Christmas and go home to…

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City Commission discusses roundabouts and generosity

BY CORIE LYNN The North Vine Corridor project has seen construction in Hays this past year. With the first roundabout, an hourglass-shaped interchange extending from…

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FHSU graduate excited to watch online ceremony

By UNIVERSITY RELATIONS As a student teacher in a remote learning classroom this semester, it’s not uncommon for Regina Anderson to spend time in front…

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FHSU’s virtual fall commencement set for Dec. 11

By UNIVERSITY RELATIONS In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Fort Hays State University’s traditional, in-person fall commencement ceremony was converted into a series of…

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COVID still present in Ellis County, health director discusses new quarantine guidelines and vaccine distribution

BY JUSTIN SABATA Trends Continue COVID cases are rising nationwide to record numbers in some areas. Just recently, the U.S. reached 15 million total cases…

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