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OK, I began this adventure through COVID 19 land as a member of the “just how far will we go to protect ourselves from ourselves” club, thinking we were taking this whole thing to the extreme. But just as I was softening my stance and beginning to see the need for the whole social distancing…

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Your local Extension Office offers soil testing procedures for local agriculture producers as well as homeowners. Having your soil tested is a great way to prepare for cropping systems, hay production, vegetable gardens and local fruit production. Soil samples are received at the local level…

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Warmer weather, and hopefully April showers, will really get the garden growing. Take advantage of this month to clean up and refresh the landscape, get compost and mulch worked in, and start planting. Just be on the lookout for late frosts!

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The City of Winfield has released procedures for virtual meeting attendance, according to City Manager Taggart Wall on Wednesday. Due to restrictions of the size of public gatherings, the public will not be able to physically attend meetings at this time.

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Addison Garver stands outside a window at Winfield Senior Living Community waiting to face off with community resident Ada Millenbruch in a hot game of tic-tac-toe. Addison and her mother, Danielle Garver, came up with the idea of playing tic-tac-toe with the senior residents safely inside t…

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State Sen. Larry Alley (R-Winfield) filed on March 19 to run for a second four-year senate term.

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Gov. Laura Kelly took steps Tuesday to address what she described as hundreds of thousands of calls to the state labor office by making it easier for Kansans to receive unemployment benefits as the number of coronavirus cases in the state continued to grow.

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While many of our day-to-day systems continue to be strained by the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, the safety of America’s food supply does not appear to be one of those, says a Kansas State University food safety specialist.

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WICHITA (AP) — Gov. Laura Kelly took steps Tuesday to address what she described as hundreds of thousands of calls to the state labor office by making it easier for Kansans to receive unemployment benefits as the number of coronavirus cases in the state continued to grow.

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People who attended the Kansas East Jurisdiction’s 2020 Ministers and Workers Conference at the Miracle Temple Church of God in Christ located at 2106 Quindaro Blvd, Kansas City, Kan., from March 16-22, may have been exposed to the novel coronavirus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). 

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WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A Wichita-area official wants to temporarily close an abortion clinic to curb the spread of the coronavirus that has sickened residents and staff at another Kansas nursing home.

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Tracy Crockett and Jon Statton, of Wichita, are the parents of a daughter, Avery Clare Statton, born at 10:44 p.m. Jan. 27, 2020, at Ascension Via Christi St. Joseph Hospital in Wichita. Avery weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces and was 19 inches long.

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