RILEY COUNTY, KS – March 1, 2021) Riley County has identified four new positive coronavirus cases and 57 additional recoveries since the last report on February 26, 2021.
Pottawatomie County has 12 active cases of COVID-19, according to figures released Monday, March 1. That brings the total to 1,784. There are 1,772 recovered, 26 deaths, and no current hospitalizations. There have been 6,578 tests, according to Pt. Co. Numbers.
TOPEKA – Today, Governor Laura Kelly encouraged Kansans to apply for funds available through the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) to help pay high electricity bills caused by extremely cold temperatures. Due to extreme cold, Kansans may see higher than usual utility costs.
USDA Offers Disaster Assistance to Farmers and Livestock Producers in Kansas Impacted by Recent Winter Storms
(RILEY COUNTY, KS – February 24, 2021) After careful consideration Riley County Local Health Officer Julie Gibbs has issued Health Order No. 20.
The 4A State Wrestling Tournament matches kick off at noon Saturday in the Tony's Pizza Event Center, Salina.
Onaga is in the Centralia Sub-State Tournament.
Both St. Marys and Rock Creek are playing in the Council Grove Sub-State.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is caused by a virus, SARS-CoV-2. Viruses are not a bug like bacteria. They are strands of genetic material, RNA, and DNA. The COVID-19 virus is an RNA virus. This virus, once it enters the body relies on your own cells to incorporate the RNA into its repl…
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