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Hays Daily News (Newspaper) - June 18, 2015, Hays, KansasT he h ays d Aily n news v Oice of the h High p Lains t thursday Une 18, 2015 n news t o k now Hon s flutes Stan Maskus Hays Contact us phone 785 628 1081 800 657 6017 fax 785 628 8186 v volume 85, i Ssue 188 2 s actions12 p Ages 75� Eye on weather t night p artly Cloud with a Low near 65. E As Southeast wind 5 to 14 Mph. F riday s funny with a High near 92. S out Southeast wind 5 to 10 Mph increasing to 12 to 17 Mph in the afternoon. F riday night c Lea with a Low near 73. S Outh wind 15 to 18 Mph with gusts As High As 28 Mph. Road Victory t he h ays l arks take one from d Odge c Ity on w wednesday. P age b1 Brewers blasted k Ansas c Ity Rolls by m milwaukee10 2. P age b1 by Diane Gasper Obrien Dobrien daily news. Net family friends and fellow 4 hers were looking Forward to Colton Pfannenstiel showing his Bantam Chicken at the Ellis county fair next month. But a dangerous flu outbreak has the 11 year old Good Hope 4 h club member along with a whole lot of other poultry owners on a Leash. Because of the h5n2 Avian flu that has infected Domestic Turkey and Chicken flocks in several states the Kansas department of agriculture division of animal health recently instituted a Stop movement order. The order cancels All poultry related shows and events through the rest of 2015. Colton had opted for poultry a few years ago As one of his 4 h projects rather than larger animals like his older brother and younger sister. This year he was going to give showmanship a try for the first time and he had plans to teach his favorite Chicken Cracker How to obey his commands while leading it on a Leash. Poultry precautions Force youth to change Colton Pfannenstiel 11, Good Hope 4 h club practices showmanship with his favorite Chicken Cracker. C Courtesy photo cold treats above Delaney Scheve 2, Hays eats her free Snow Cone from Snow Cone express on wednesday at Bella Luna boutiques fifth birthday Celebration in Hays. Bella Luna will be extending its Celebration with a momus night out Beach party theme today. Left from left siblings Danica Scheve 9, Delaney Scheve 2, and to Scheve 4, receive free Snow Cones from Jarett Gross owner of Snow Cone express during the event. Jolie Gren Green @ daily news. Net s be poultry a6 by Dan Voorhis Tribune news service Wichita everybody knows the Oil Industry has been in a slump since the Price of Oil dropped in the fall. Actually thatus not completely True. Sure Oil drillers have been in a difficult Way with Cost cutting and layoffs across the United states including in Kansas. But other segments Are doing pretty Well these Days. The nations refiners Are doing quite Well thank you. Its a classic Supply Chain whiplash one segment has suffered a Shock to the temporary Benefit of other segments. In this Case generally High Oil prices in recent years fostered an absolute explosion of Oil production in North America at the same time the global Economy was growing Only very slowly. Through several years that has contributed to a worldwide glut of Oil which has particularly affected the u. S. Because of the ban on u. S. Oil exports As a safety valve for excess u. S. Production. So the u. S. Has plentiful Oil and plentiful Oil production for now. With gasoline prices Down and economic growth speeding up demand for gasoline diesel fuel heating Oil and other Oil products continues to climb. And it Means Strong profits for refiners. Its pretty simple really said Industry analyst Jim Williams of Wirg economics. The demand for their product has gone up while the Cost of their feedstock crude Oil is a lot lower. The crack spread Kansas has three refiner ies the Holly Frontier refinery in Al Dorado the Nora refinery in Mcpherson and the Coffeyville resources refinery in Coffeyville. Special to the Hays daily news Norton Valley Hope association president and chief executive officer Ken Gregoire announced his retirement and will conclude his 38 year tenure with the nationally recognized substance abuse treatment organization june 30. Grego Ireys successor will be Kansas Secretary of Commerce Pat George. George who will step Down from his role with the state in july has served on the Valley Hope association Board of directors since 2003. He will become the fourth ceo to Lead the organization since its founding in 1967 and plans to continue building around the Mission of helping those suffering from addiction one person at a time honorable and respectfully. Ism humbled to be entrusted by the Board to Lead this great organization George said. To be part of an organization whose Mission is helping people is a dream come True. I especially want to acknowledge the great work of Ken Gregoire who has not Only been a great Leader but More importantly a great Friend to me and so Many. Ken is truly a class act. Valley Hope chief announces retirement replacement named Gregoire s be Hope a6 George Oil hangs Tough p Rice plunge benefits some Industry players s be Oil a6 needing help f fundraisers this weekend will Aid Casar s vision. P age a3

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