“The local primary election demonstrates a deep divide within Kansas’ GOP between moderates and Brownback-Trumpian sycophants” – By Aaron Strain
“In this time of uncertainty, one thing is abundantly clear – we can not go back to the status quo.” – By Aaron Strain
The first month of the 2020 Kansas Legislative session ended with a slew of bills covering Medicaid expansion, abortion rights, and much more. Aaron Strain updates.
With the latest installment in the “Star Wars” universe coming out over break, Aaron Strain talked to students about their thoughts on the direction of the series.
Hundreds rallied in Hutchinson to demand justice for George Floyd and an end to systemic racism, joining numerous other peaceful demonstrations across the U.S.
The Hutchinson Collegian won 18 individual awards and a silver medal for overall excellence at the conference composed of colleges across the state.
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly announced Tuesday that the Kansas Department of Labor received 55,000 new unemployment claims last week. Kelly issued an executive order which doubled the unemployment benefit amount and removed barriers from claimants receiving them.
The order directs residents to stay at home and leave only to perform essential activities and requires non-essential businesses to cease operation at their physical places of business.
Reno County Health Department announced the first case of COVID-19 in the county. Unemployment surges as the state provides assistance to small businesses
The latest on the local response to the Coronavirus outbreak.