Saturday Jul 12
Hays Daily News
High Plains music camp fills summer with sound
The rolling hills are alive with the sound of music once again at the 67th annual High Plains Music Camp at Fort Hays State University.
Canadian progressive rock band Druckfarben returns to the scene with their sophomore effort, Second Sound , and they have never sounded better.
Brazil Wheat Buyers Visit Kansas as Tariff Change Opens Market
Palmer, KS-Wheat buyers from a grain company in Brazil were in Kansas April 8-9, just as a temporary tariff change in Brazil signals an opportunity for U.S. wheat farmers to regain competiveness in South America's largest wheat importing market.
Erie Times News
What's up at the Downs
You can try that game plan Friday at Presque Isle Downs & Casino. Erie's Joe Rockhead, which plays challenging songs by Deep Purple, Boston, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Kansas, Styx and more, will play one of its final shows.
Storage units burglarized; renters upset
Topeka police were investigating Thursday the theft of an undetermined amount of property stolen from almost two dozen storage units in southwest Topeka.