Matt Stafford, Pride Ag Resources/Ace Hardware Lyons Store Manager, will present a video showing the future of farming in light of technology at 7 p.m. on Feb. 11, at the Coronado Quivira Museum. The video was made by John Deere and depicts what farming may look like in another 50 years. In the video, a farmer wakes up and goes to a touch screen monitor to read the news, see grain prices and look at the local weather. After the video, audience members will be asked to comment on how realistic the information presented is. They will be ...
Great Bend's Jean Aycock is a nature educator at Kansas Wetlands Education Center. A fascination with nature led her to her career as a nature educator. In a roundabout way, it also led her to her passion, fiber arts.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has now confirmed the first influenza cases of the 2015-2016 season, the KDHE announced Thursday. Although the season is well underway, health officials say its not too late to get vaccinated.
Being able to reach and help more people in a community is very important and getting the word out to let people know where they can find this help is equally important. And that is what the Family Crisis Center did on Thursday.
After graduating high school in 1998, Hoisington-area resident Erik Berger joined the US Army and became an engineer and combat lifesaver. In 2003 he suffered a traumatic brain injury in Iraq. Emergency responders saved his life that day.
February 04, 2016|
By Joe Vinduska
Barton Community College
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City District announced today a change to recreation day use fees charged for boat launches and swimming beaches managed by USACE. There is also a change to the USACE annual pass fee for these facilities.