Barton Community College will provide two instructors for General Education Development (GED) courses.
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While female officers face many challenges in a male-dominated career, Chelsey Hachmeister said she’s ready for whatever is thrown her way.
Right now, the Hays school district is struggling to provide the basic accommodations for those with disabilities.
Health officials said dying from West Nile virus is rare, but that shouldn’t stop people from protecting themselves.
Julia Nelson, a spokeswoman for Husky Hogs, said three barns were fully engulfed in flames.
The Great Bend City Council speaks to KSN’s Amanda Aguilar about how they plan to handle the police chief’s concerns about low manpower and …
The workload for the Barton County Sheriff’s Office is beginning to increase, due to the police department being short-staffed.
Since Monday morning, Smoky Valley students have been gathering at the school processing the loss of Owen Odell.
The man arrested in a multi-state crime spree had his preliminary hearing Friday at the Pratt County District Court.
An open letter was sent to Great Bend city council members on Tuesday, from Chief Cliff Couch’s attorney.
The store will be located in a storage unit at Superior Self Storage at 2509 Washington Street in Great Bend.
The Flying Legends of Victory Tour brought one of the most iconic airplanes from World War II to Hays.
The high water level has staff taking extra precautions for Memorial Day Weekend.
Great Bend police are looking for the occupants of a vehicle that allegedly fired shots an officer.
The Kansas Department of Corrections announced it will be transferring mental health services from Larned to El Dorado.