A Look Back in the Courier
The Winfield Soroptimist Yard of the Month selection for August belongs to Diana Klein, of 2223 Cottonwood Ct., who holds the sign. Also pictured are members Christina McDonald, left, and Ruth Parman. ITo nominate a location, contact any Winfield Soroptimist member or call Ruth at (620) 218-2416.
Roger Moon, left, and Bruce Schwyhart visit outdoors under an umbrella Friday afternoon at College Hill Coffee. Temperatures are expected to climb into the high 90s this weekend. With precipitation chances expected to return throughout much of next week.
Public Health Officer Thomas Langer said Friday that he fully supports reopening schools and holding athletics within strict guidelines being developed to keep students and staff safe from COVID-19.
The two City of Winfield employees who tested positive for coronavirus on July 23 are back at work, while a third employee has tested positive in the past week, Winfield City Manager Taggart Wall said Friday.
A man charged with second-degree murder in connection with the shooting death of a Southwestern College student last year has been arrested in California, Cowley County Sheriff Dave Falletti said Friday.
The Cowley County Commission voted this week to publish the county government’s 2021 budget. The total expected spending is $23,728,377, up from $22,057,882 for 2020, but the tax rate remains flat: 46.986 mills for 2021 and 46.985 mills for 2020.
The Edge Learning and Fine Arts Centre will open next month, with a goal to provide parents with a place for their children to participate in online learning as school plans change due to COVID-19.
All students, faculty and staff returning to University of Kansas campuses in Lawrence and Overland Park will be required to take a free COVID-19 test, Chancellor Douglas Girod said.