Kansas Wetlands Education Center to Host Star-Gazing Event

By FHSU University Communications Hays, KS – Telescopes aimed at the Andromeda Galaxy Friday, Oct. 7 will give observers a chance to see Jupiter, Saturn, and several deep-sky Messier Objects. FHSU’s Astronomy Club, led by Dr. Jack Maseberg, associate professor of physics, and Dr. Paul Adams, dean of the College of Education will provide the […]

WATCH: Sen. Marshall Asks Senate to End COVID National Emergency Declaration After Biden Says the Pandemic is Over

Washington, D.C.– Today U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D. requested that the U.S. Senate immediately approve his resolution to terminate the COVID-19 national emergency declaration. Senator Marshall’s resolution followed President Joe Biden’s comments that the coronavirus pandemic is over, yet the national emergency for COVID-19 has yet to be terminated by the White House. Unfortunately, Senate Democrats blocked […]

Kansas, State with No Motto?

“White was quoted saying “When anything is going to happen in this country, it happens first in Kansas.””

Brandon Lee, President/CEO of Union State Bank Makes a Statement Regarding Scam Calls

Clay Center, KS-  Yesterday, September 27th, there was a phone fraud scam happening in Clay Center claiming to be from Union State Bank.  Fraudsters sent text messages and made follow up calls that appeared to come from our local telephone number to trick people into giving out their email, passwords and security question information.  These […]

Outdoor Warning Sirens Protect Safety During Severe Weather

Clay Center, KS- Severe thunderstorms hit the KCLY listening area on Saturday, and in response to the severe thunderstorm warning, parts of Manhattan had outdoor warning sirens sounding off. In that severe thunderstorm warning, the National Weather Service (NWS) issued a warning that included damaging straight winds of 70+ MPH. The sirens come from civil […]