Day: February 14, 2023
Governor Kelly Announces Nearly $20 Million for Services that Keep Families Together, Reduce Number of Kids in Foster Care
Topeka, KS– Reinforcing her commitment to children and families, Governor Laura Kelly today announced a new set of Family First Prevention grants totaling nearly $20 million.
Clay County Emergency Sirens
Clay Center, KS- The Clay Center emergency sirens have been going off recently and has left residents scratching their heads wondering what was going on.
Some Kansas Lawmakers Want to Punish Doctors Who Help Transgender Kids Transition
Topeka, KS— Puberty blockers, mastectomies, surgeries that remove “any body part or tissue” and prescribing estrogen to males or testosterone to females to treat gender
Kansas State University Seeks Applicants for Summer Rural Veterinary Medicine Program
Manhattan, KS— The College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University seeks applicants for the Summer Program for Aspiring Rural Kansas, or SPARK, veterinary experience.
Liberal Celebrates 74th International Pancake Day
Liberal, KS-The International Pancake Day Race, a tradition between Olney, England and Liberal, KS will take place, February 21st, 2023. This is the 74th year
Boyhood Home Now Open for Tours
Abilene, KS– Tours of President Eisenhower’s boyhood home are once again available to the public. Extensive preservation work including exterior lead paint abatement and maintenance
Cattle Chat: Giving Calves a Healthy Start
By Lisa Moser, K-State Research and Extension news service Manhattan, KS— Good nutrition is important to overall health, and it begins at birth. said
Energy Study Proposes Ways to Reduce Costs for All Customers
Topeka, KS – The Kansas Chamber on Monday released its energy study, State of Electricity in Kansas. Chamber President and CEO Alan Cobb said
Kansas KidWind Challenge Kicks Off This Week with a Record Number of Teams
Topeka, KS– Just as the amount of wind energy being produced in the state is growing, so are the number of students participating in the