“The income earned in 2021 put our farms, on average, in a very strong financial position coming into 2022,” Herbel said. “Even with the high levels of risk and concern we have (in 2022), we began the year in a very strong financial spot.”
“The SOUL Family program is specially designed to help older foster youth who are aging out of care.”
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) and the Chase County Sheriff’s Office announced that a Milford man was arrested connected to a shooting that occurred along Kansas Highway 150 in Chase County.
The World’s Largest Belt Buckle could be on its way to Kansas with Abilene hoping to break the record and beat a Texas town for the title.
Two visionary Kansans, testing new technologies on their own farm, want their donation to Kansas State University to create an innovative ripple effect in agriculture.
Kansas — Lawyers seeking to have the Legislature’s congressional redistricting map thrown out argued today to the Kansas Supreme Court that the proposed boundaries weaken the representation of minorities and traditionally Democratic voters. But defenders of the Republican-drawn map said the court should not weigh in on what is an inherently partisan process, and that…
Wichita, Kan. — The number of people enrolling at public colleges in Kansas keeps heading downward — a trend that could bring on more than the usual budgetary nips and tucks. The most drastic changes, and cuts, pose a particular threat to regional schools in Hays, Emporia and Hays that could steal away a source…
U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D. today announced at a press conference, a shipment of protective equipment to Ukrainian military forces provided by Kansas Law Enforcement. Among the protective equipment being donated were approximately 300 vests and 50 helmets.
Governor Kelly capped off the legislative session by signing two major bipartisan housing bills into law, representing a significant expansion of resources to support statewide housing development. The measures represent a combined $62 million in new housing resources, as well as initiatives to incentivize housing development.
The Oklahoma Family Support Network (OFSN) is offering free trainings in 2022 for anyone who works with children and families in Oklahoma, including the Standards of Quality for Family Strengthening & Support national certification and the Circle of Parents facilitator training.