Talking politics in high school: How area teachers are navigating the political climate

BY ANNISTON WEBER Inauguration Day is typically a celebratory event backed by tradition and historic moments. This spectacle of a day is used by social…

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FHSU basketball goes on the road after shortened homestand

BY MAKENNA ALLEN After a weekend at home shortened by COVID-19 protocols, Tiger basketball will hit the road this week for another four-day road swing. …

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FHSU women’s basketball returns to Hays with dominant win over NWMSU

BY MAKENNA ALLEN Tiger women’s basketball returned to Gross Memorial Coliseum Thursday evening.  FHSU stormed back into Hays with a 74-49 victory over the Northwest…

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County COVID cases at 115, health department gives report on vaccinations, free testing

BY JUSTIN SABATA Ellis County residents saw a little reprieve from COVID numbers late last week.  Last Friday, the Ellis County Health Department reported 85…

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FHSU basketball travels east for pair of MIAA games this weekend

BY MAKENNA ALLEN As the Tiger basketball season continues this week, both the men’s and women’s teams are looking to bounce back from losses in…

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FHSU women set to play Emporia in twice rescheduled contest while men pivot to playing Missouri Western

BY MAKENNA ALLEN The two-week drought of Tiger basketball ends this weekend as the women’s team plays host to Emporia State in a twice rescheduled…

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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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Tiger Basketball returns home this weekend after women play a re-scheduled road game tonight

BY MAKENNA ALLEN It’s a busy week for Tiger basketball as the men’s and women’s teams combined will see a total of five games of…

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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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