BY RAEGAN NEUFELD Over the last 16 years, more than 240,000 rides were given to students and community members through the transportation service Safe Ride.…View More What Will Replace Safe Ride?
BY CASANDRA GIBSON VIDEO BY JUSTIN SABATA & DANZEL MAJOR As the 2021-22 Fort Hays State University school year is underway, there are several questions…View More FHSU Fall 2021 COVID-19 update
VIDEO BY JUSTIN SABATA & DANZEL MAJOR Tiger Media Network and KFHS Radio took to the “streets” of campus to talk to Fort Hays State…View More VIDEO: FHSU students discuss vaccine incentive program
BY JOHN CARTER JR Fort Hays State University announced on Friday they will be offering a $400 voluntary vaccine incentive program to faculty, staff and…View More FHSU Offers monetary vaccine incentive to students and employees
BY CORIE LYNN This past year, Fort Hays State University has utilized a three-phase plan to continue operating during the pandemic. As Spring 2021 draws…View More FHSU to rescind COVID-19 policies beginning June 2021
BY JUSTIN SABATA The COVID vaccine continues to make a presence in the area, as Ellis County is moving on to Phase 3 and 4…View More Phase 3 and 4 of COVID vaccination plan begins in Ellis Co.
BY JUSTIN SABATA COVID Cases Decrease Active cases in Ellis County gradually decreased throughout last week. It started with 18 cases on Monday, down to…View More Ellis Co. sees continued decrease in COVID cases, vaccine supply increases
BY CORIE LYNN This week’s Hays City Commission meeting saw a variety of reports read to the commissioners. The first report was the yearly water…View More Hays City Commission hears water conservation education updates
BY JUSTIN SABATA Ellis County COVID Update According to the Ellis County Health Department’s COVID-19 Portal, virus numbers in Ellis County have decreased since last…View More ICYMI: Active cases in Ellis Co. lowest this month; 12.7% of Kansans given first vaccine dose
BY JUSTIN SABATA Certain trends continue in regards to COVID-19 in Ellis County. 81 active cases were reported by the Ellis County Health Department on…View More As of Friday, active cases rise, then fall again in Ellis Co.; increased doses to be sent to Kansas