MANHATTAN — Many would agree that there is nothing like the taste and nutrient density of produce that comes straight from a home garden. In much the same way, beef cattle enjoy grazing lush early summer pastures, said the experts at the Kansas State University Beef Cattle Institute on a rec…
MANHATTAN – Somewhere in the midst of children laughing and small toys constructed of interlocking plastic bricks gobbling up one another, Macy Hynek is smiling.
MANHATTAN – Kansas State University will host field days in Kingman and Sumner counties on May 12 to highlight the latest research, variety, and production information on winter canola.
WAMEGO, JAN. 31 -- The USD 320 Board of Education tonight announced Rob McKim as the new superintendent of schools beginning July 1, 2022 with a salary of $135,000.
WAMEGO, Jan. 5 -- Wamego police officers and Pottawatomie County deputies responded to a reported shooting this morning, according to a press release from Police Chief Mike Baker.
The week of March 29 begins the final week of regular session where bills are debated by both chambers. We will be on the floor every day. This is the time of year when the sessions can go well into the evening, depending on the length of debate on each bill. The bills we will debate are tho…
Legislative Update #1
The Session Has Reached Turnaround
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is caused by a virus, SARS-CoV-2. Viruses are not a bug like bacteria. They are strands of genetic material, RNA, and DNA. The COVID-19 virus is an RNA virus. This virus, once it enters the body relies on your own cells to incorporate the RNA into its repl…
Sen. Moran Applauds Senate Passage of NDAA