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KU News: KU names new director to lead Kansas Geological Survey

From the Office of Public Affairs | http://www.news.ku.edu Headlines KU names new director to lead Kansas Geological Survey Kansas Geological Survey researchers study and provide information on...

Media advisory: Large Hadron Collider scientists available for comment on 10th anniversary of Higgs boson discovery and collider restart

From the Office of Public Affairs | http://www.news.ku.edu Headlines Contact: Brendan M. Lynch, 785-864-8855, [email protected] Media advisory: Large Hadron Collider scientists available for comment on 10th anniversary...

Day 14, Kansas Wheat Harvest Report

This is day 14 of the Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports, brought to you by the Kansas Wheat Commission, Kansas Association of Wheat Growers and the Kansas Grain and Feed Association. The central counties of Kansas are winding down the 2022 wheat harvest...

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As Supreme Court makes Kansas congressional map permanent, it also locks in political changes

As defenders and critics of the state's newly authored congressional map prepared to go before the Kansas Supreme Court earlier this month, Democrats and their...

From the Office of Public Affairs | http://www.news.ku.edu Headlines Three KU students earn Fulbright awards LAWRENCE – Three University of Kansas students received prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student...

KU News: KU seniors honor Kansas high school teachers with Wolfe Teaching Excellence Awards

From the Office of Public Affairs | http://www.news.ku.edu Headlines 2022 KU seniors honor high school teachers with Wolfe Teaching Excellence Awards LAWRENCE — Three outstanding high school...

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Where Did My Hummingbirds Go?

June and early July is when our Ruby-throated Hummingbirds are nesting in central and eastern Kansas. This year, like many years, homeowners who have had hummingbirds reliably during June...

The Latest from Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks News

Accessing Public Lands for Hunting, Fishing Just Got Easier Contact: Nadia Marji CMP®, Chief of Public Affairs (785) 338-3036 [email protected] Accessing Public Lands for Hunting, Fishing Just Got Easier KANSAS...

FLY FISHING IN KANSAS

By Rick McNary on June 7, 2022      FLY FISHING IN KANSAS Kansas is a great place to fly fish because of the varieties of fish you can catch. Bass,...

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KDWP To Soon Offer Durable License Cards PRATT – The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks is launching a new licensing system in the coming...

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