Recently the junior class traveled to the Cosmosphere in Hutchinson and had the opportunity to feel what it was like to deal with an issue of high national importance.
Citing federal regulations restrictions, Clay County Medical Center has decided not to publish the names of persons being admitted to the hospital, even if the patient is willing. That means for the first time in more than 100 years, beginning March 1, friends, church members and family of patients will be kept in the dark, unable to provide emotional support, cards or flowers unless they get the information on the grapevine. --Ned Valentine
Some in the Kansas legislature are finding it necessary to punish their critics by proposing legislation making themselves less accountable to their constituents. Taking legal notices out of newspapers and hiding them on a government controlled website is one example. The target is newspapers critical of elected officials. The loser is the public. -- Ned Valentine
On Thursday, Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-Kan.) admitted in a town hall meeting in Clay Center that he and his wife have signed up for ObamaCare.
Farmers have now been added to the lengthening list of Kansas citizens who are falling victim to Governor Brownback’s reckless income tax cuts of 2012.
Just when you thought the governor couldn’t get any crazier, he proves us wrong.
Some Republicans in the Kansas Legislature think it’s too easy for married couple to get a divorce.
Two individuals with Clay Center ties have helped the Flint Hills Discovery Center in Manhattan become the world-class attraction that it is and have helped with the latest traveling exhibit featuring the work of Noppadol Paothong.