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This Day In History — The Burning of Rome

This Day In History — The Burning of Rome

July 18 64 A great fire began that ultimately destroyed most of Rome. The emperor Nero blamed it on Christians and began the first Roman persecution of them. 1925 The… Read more »

Victor E. Tiger soon to appear above main entrances of Walmart

Victor E. Tiger soon to appear above main entrances of Walmart

Victor E. Tiger soon to appear above main entrances of Walmart 07/18/17HAYS, Kan. — Walmart will dive into Tiger spirit with Victor E. logos that will go up in August,… Read more »

FHSU Men’s Golf Adds Four

FHSU Men’s Golf Adds Four

Courtesy of FHSU Athletics HAYS, Kan. – Fort Hays State head men’s golf coach Seth Kincaid has announced the signing of four players for the 2017-18 season. Kincaid’s first recruiting… Read more »

Slime Time Hits Forsyth Library

Slime Time Hits Forsyth Library

If you or your child grew up watching Nickelodeon, chances are a fair few “slimings” have run across your television set. The green goo made Nickelodeon’s programming unique and memorable,… Read more »

This Day In History — The Happiest Place on Earth Opens

This Day In History — The Happiest Place on Earth Opens

July 17 1821 Spain ceded Florida to the United States. 1898 Spain surrendered to the United States at Santiago, Cuba, ending the Spanish-American War. 1917 The British royal family changed… Read more »

John ’51 C. Younger

John ’51 C. Younger

  John 1951 C. Younger, age 84, died Sunday, July 16, 2017, at his home in Victoria. He was born Jan. 18, 1933, in Hays, Kansas, to Jacob P. and… Read more »

This Day In History — Lunar Landing

This Day In History — Lunar Landing

July 16 1790 The District of Columbia was established as the seat of the United States government. 1918 Russia’s Czar Nicholas II and his family were executed by the Bolsheviks…. Read more »

This Day In History — International Space Voyage

This Day In History — International Space Voyage

July 15 1869 Margarine was patented in France by Hippolyte Mege Mouries. 1870 Georgia became the last of the Confederate States to be readmitted to the Union. 1918 The Second… Read more »

Music camp still fun for long-time participant

Music camp still fun for long-time participant

Courtesty of FHSU University Relations and Marketing By Diane Gasper-O’Brien HAYS, Kan. — As an all-state high school drummer back in the mid 1980s, Dee Moore had her choice of… Read more »

Dr. Justin Greenleaf to Offer Workshop on Time Management

Dr. Justin Greenleaf to Offer Workshop on Time Management

For those who struggle with staying organized and managing time effectively in their studies or in the workplace, Fort Hays State University will be offering a Time Management workshop to… Read more »

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