FHSU Business College Ceremony Recognizes Award Winners
About $285,500 in financial assistance - scholarships and graduate fellowships for the 2015-2016 academic year - were awarded at the annual scholarship award ceremony of Fort Hays State University's College of Business and Entrepreneurship on April 30.
RHS Students Win at League Art Competition
Russell High School students Katie Barney, Danielle Pickens, Natasha Hare, Jennifer Matthews, Alaina Gfeller, Kaycie Hogan, Timothy Krug, Chandler Reich and Nichole Crowell qualified and attended the League Art Competition in Beloit Wednesday, April 29.
Paradise Woman Involved in I-70 Wreck
President Theodore Roosevelt Presented a Speech in Russell 112 Years Ago Saturday
AG Schmidt Offers Tips to Avoid Contractor Scams
Following the area's recent severe weather, roofing and other home repair companies are in high demand. Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says it also provides scammers a great opportunity to take advantage of you.
Kansas Man Wanted for Multiple Sex Crimes Found in Washington
State Treasurer Warns of Telephone Scam Requesting Taxes
State Treasurer Ron Estes warns Kansans of suspicious phone calls using the number for the Unclaimed Property Division on caller ID to make it appear the state or Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is calling to request taxes.