Fort Hays State Mourns the Loss of Football Student-Athlete Daniel Howard

By FHSU University Communications   Hays, KS – The Fort Hays State University football team, athletic department, and campus community are mourning the loss of student-athlete Daniel Howard, who died early Sunday morning (Jan. 1) in his hometown of Oklahoma City. Howard was a Sociology major at FHSU and was 22 years old.   “On […]

Kansas Missing Kids

“This week’s Kansas Missing Kids are 15 year old Jinece Jackson from Wichita, KS; 16 year old Trinity Schlegel from Greenwood County, KS; 18 year old Noah Blanchard from Junction City, KS; and 17 year old Pamela Hall from Manhattan, KS. Also featured this week is the unsolved case of Kathryn Adam from Salina, KS in 1993.”

US Representative Makes a Stop In Clay Center

“He continued by saying there were efforts last year to do away with in regards to the tax provision that has been in place for decades. They have fought and fought to keep it in place, he added, and so far, they have been successful, but efforts are underway again to get rid of the provision.”

K-State Family Mourns Loss of Former President Jon Wefald

“During his 23 years of leadership, the university added more than 2.2 million square feet of new buildings, including the addition to Hale Library, the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art and the K-State Alumni Center. As K-State’s president, he helped philanthropy increase from $6 million a year to nearly $100 million annually and research funding grew from $18 million annually to nearly $134 million.”

FHSU Preparing for Annual Local Collegiate Rodeo

“Most of the rodeos in our region stay on the same dates every year,” Rumford said. “It would be a lot of re-scheduling if we moved it. It’s easier to make adjustments on the days of the week for our rodeo than to completely change dates.”