Feb 05, 2020 7:41 PM

Thriving Across Generations: Succession Planning in Rural Kansas

Posted Feb 05, 2020 7:41 PM

HAYS -- Planning for the future is vital and families must take steps to ensure assets for the next generation. To support Kansas families through the process, K-State Research and  Extension is partnering with Fort Hays State University – Small Business Development Center to host a “Thriving Across Generations: Succession Planning in Rural Kansas” program on March 11 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. The event will be at the Fort Hays State University Memorial Union, 700 College Drive.

The featured speaker for this event is Rick Feltenberger, regional director at the FHSU Kansas Small Business Development Center. Participants will also choose one of three breakout sessions. Farm succession planning will be led by Roger McEowen, professor of agricultural law and taxation at Washburn University’s School of Law. Tom Byler with both Emporia State University and Washburn SBDCs will discuss Small Business Succession. FHSU’s Tony Gabel will speak about estate plans for farm families.

The early registration of $20 per person includes a meal and an estate planning notebook. Register online; early registration is due by March 9. Registration of $30 will be accepted at the door and includes a meal and materials. For questions, call the Cottonwood District Extension office at 785-628-9430.

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KSU police ID suspect for alleged lewd, lascivious conduct

MANHATTAN — The Kansas State University Police Department has identified a suspect in a recent incident of alleged lewd and lascivious conduct.

Police responded to the report on Wednesday, Jan. 29, at the K-State Student Union in a men's restroom.  A male victim reported that an unknown male suspect revealed his genitals while in the restroom, according to a media release from KSU.

There is no ongoing threat. K-State Police thank the community for information that led to identifying the suspect.

The K-State community is encouraged to continue to stay aware of their surroundings and use available resources such as Wildcat Walk, the LiveSafe app and the Silent Witness website.