NICKERSON, Kan. – A new season brings with it a new head coach and several new contributors for Buhler boys basketball. After seven years as an assistant, David Bryant takes over a program that went 18-5 a season ago and snapped a 23-year losing... Read More.
By Sterling College Athletics WINFIELD, Kan.- The Lady Warriors struggled heading into the half against Southwestern College, but a few halftime adjustments and a regained focus took a one point halftime deficit and turned it into a 25 point victory for Sterling. Trailing 34-33 at... Read More.
By Grant Barrett, Ad Astra Radio MCPHERSON, Kan. - Week 9 marked the opening round of the high school football playoffs in Class 4A West, and on the Friday before Halloween, the (2) Bullpups survived a scare from the (15) Mulvane Wildcats, who... Read More.
By Brad Hallier HUTCHINSON, Kan. - Trinity Catholic had a stressful season opener in beating Sedgwick by six points, but the Celtics were able to enjoy this week. Eric Armour threw three touchdown passes, and Caleb Sanger ran for pair of scores, as the Celtics rolled... Read More.
McPHERSON, Kan. - The Bullpup Football team was able to move to 2-0, following a stellar 42-7, win against the Augusta Orioles to open AVCTL Div. III play, at McPherson Stadium Friday night. MHS was able to score on their first... Read More.
Less than a quarter of the Kansas corn crop is rated good-to-excellent as drought conditions worsen. The USDA says 22 percent of the crop is good-to-excellent with 77 percent of the crop dented. Only 25 percent of soybeans are rated good-to-excellent with 14 percent dropping... Read More.
A new report from Rabobank says the global poultry outlook remains bullish despite higher costs for producers and consumers. Even with higher prices due to inflation, Christine McCracken with RaboResearch tells Brownfield that consumer demand for chicken is strong. “Partially driven by the... Read More.
By Lucky Kidd, Ad Astra Radio News MCPHERSON - A 4th quarter pay enhancement for Harvey-McPherson County Community Corrections was approved this week by the McPherson County Commission. Funding for the enhancement comes from the Kansas Department of Corrections. Director Tim Gadde said this funding was... Read More.