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Encumbrances: State Churches, O’Reilly and Kim Jong Un – Opinion

The opinions expressed in this column are those of the author and do not reflect in any way those of the Tiger Media Network, its staff or Fort Hays State University. By Dr. Glenn Mollette An ...

Am I going to die from eating this steak? Why do ranchers use antibiotics?

By Laura Brunk Have you ever been cutting into your juicy, mouthwatering, just-off-the-grill, T-bone steak and wondered if it was going to make you sick? You’ve probably seen articles ...

Chancellor Online: 2017 Prom Candidates Announced

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Today In History

1788 Maryland became the 7th state in the United States. 1789 Fletcher Christian led the mutiny aboard the British ship Bounty against Captain William Bligh. 1945 Benito Mussolini was ...

Bollig and Gray Named to All-MIAA Softball Team

FHSU Sports Information Department KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Fort Hays State’s Candace Bollig and Tess Gray were named to the All-MIAA Softball Team for the 2017 season on Thursday (Apr. ...

Weekend Forecast Shifts Final Tiger Baseball Home Series

FHSU Sports Information Department HAYS, Kan. – Fort Hays State head baseball coach Steve Johnson has announced a schedule change in this weekend’s series against Pittsburg State. ...

FHSU Foundation schedules news conference to announce $5 million gift

FHSU Foundation schedules news conference to announce $5 million gift 04/27/17HAYS, Kan. — Fort Hays State University will announce the donors of a $5 million gift in a news conference ...

Free Sternberg Museum presentation will cover life in Kansas, from sea bed to plains

Free Sternberg Museum presentation will cover life in Kansas, from sea bed to plains 04/27/17HAYS, Kan. — Visitors to the Sternberg Museum of Natural History can learn how Kansas ...

Tigers Snap Losing Skid with Win in Kearney

KEARNEY, Neb. – Fort Hays State saw its 11-game losing streak come to an end on Wednesday (Apr. 26) as they picked up a 7-4 win over Nebraska-Kearney. With the win, the Tigers are ...

Today In History

1521 Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan was killed in a fight with natives of the Philippines. 1805 The U.S. Marines captured Derna, on the shores of Tripoli. 1865 The worst steamship ...
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