Planned time is very very important to teachers success and to students success
The Kansas State Fair has announced plans to begin reviewing applications for the fair’s general manager position.
The pairing was made possible through a nonprofit, believed to be the only one of its kind in the United States
Junction City is coming back from a successful 2014 campaign, one in which they saw themselves in the playoffs for the first time since 2010…
After a deadly crash this past summer that was caused by flash flooding, KTA officials are looking to make sure travelers are safer.
The goal of the Topeka West project is to show students how they can impact a community through various projects.
Without the pledge, no ticket
If you’re interested in helping out a great cause – “buy a duck” for the 20th Annual Sertoma “Great Topeka Duck Race”.
“The food system today is very different from what it used to be…”
The program helps prepare students for skills needed in a locomotive shop such as maintaining and repairing locomotive components.
Emporia looks to bounce back this season after 3-6 showing in 2014.
Manhattan’s Green Apple Bikes program is just a little different because it’s free.
For months you’ve been hearing about the ongoing school finance battle in the state, now state leaders are finally moving forward.
Kansas is one of 25 states found to have lice that are resistant to normal treatment, so-called “super lice.”
Now it’s a new year and the Eagles look to defend their state title this season but it will come with some challenges.
Organization wants to encourage women to make safe, informed decisions about care for themselves and their babies.
The City of Emporia is looking to the future, trying to find new ways to bring visitors, business and residents to the area with a new initi…
The Nemaha Central Thunder are aiming for a playoff berth in their 2015 season, which kicks off on September 4th.