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Mayor Pat Hewitt has proclaimed Friday, April 21, 2017, as Arbor Day in the City of Phillipsburg.
TOPEKA – State Senator Elaine Bowers is happy to announce that the members of her staff who will assist her in the 2017 Legislative session will be Legislative Office/Committee Assistant Randi Walters, of Topeka; and intern Micayla Pachta, of Bellevi
Macayla Pachta - 2017 Legislative Intern
The following is a list of Phillips County polling places and the areas served by each:
On Tuesday, September 27th the elected precinct and township committeemen and committeewomen of the Phillips County Central Republican Committee met at the Phillips County Courthouse in Phillipsburg, to reorganize by electing leadership positions for
Judging by My Phillips County Online’s unofficial election poll, everyone needs to get out and vote tomorrow!
HAYS, KS (07/25/16) -- Fort Hays State University’s Docking Institute of Public Affairs on Sunday released the results of a political poll which measured Kansans’ candidate and policy preferences on key issues.
Thank you to the many utility users who have already returned the surveys however many more surveys need to be returned to qualify for the program.
Surveys will be mailed May 13 and due back by May 20 The City of Phillipsburg is planning to apply for a grant from the KS Dept. of Commerce Kansas Small Cities CDBG Program to assist with community improvements.
AGRA - Ken Rahjes, a small business owner and entrepreneur from Agra, is seeking to fill the unexpired term of Travis Couture-Lovelady, who represented the 110th District in the Kansas
7th annual poll released Sunday The Docking Institute of Public Affairs at Fort Hays State University conducted the 2015 Kansas Speaks survey from Sept. 14 to Oct. 5. A random sample of adult residents of Kansas age 18 and older was surveyed by telephone to assess their attitudes a
Docking Institute of Public Affairs at Fort Hays State University
Voters decide to elect Hospital Board members (August 11, 2015 - Phillipsburg, KS) The Phillips County special election deciding how Hospital Board members are selected in the future ended at noon today with the unofficial results showing...
The Senate voted 21-17 on Sunday night to pass a Senate substitute for HB 2109.
HAYS, Kan. -- A new survey by the Docking Institute of Public Affairs at Fort Hays State University shows discrepancies between what Kansans want and what the state Legislature is doing on some key public issues.
The Phillips County 2015 City General Election was held April 7 with 918 ballots counted.
Bob Quanz recognized during reception Newly-elected Phillips County Commissioner Craig Snider was sworn in by Judge Paula Hofaker during Monday’s Phillips County Commissioners meeting.
The reason to vote cannot be over stated. One person, one vote says a lot. It puts each person on equal footing. A vote from a rich person has the same power as a poor person. Young people have the same right to be heard as their elders.
6th annual poll released HAYS, Kan. -- Along with findings that the Kansas governor's race is extremely tight, the sixth annual Kansas Speaks Survey, prepared by Fort Hays State University's Docking Institute of Public Affairs, finds similar tightness in public perception of
Attendees at the County Commissioners’ special meeting on the Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP) seemed to convey the same message: they had been misled and they want the county to fulfill a promise they believe was made to them.
Phillips County Review (April 30)
After appearing at a town hall meeting in Prairie View last Saturday, Phillips County’s state legislators will be holding a second town hall meeting this Saturday morning, this time in Phillipsburg.
Brennan Engle