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The rise in positive COVID-19 cases for Coffey County is continuing.

Effective Monday, Flint Hills Community Health Center will be decreasing its normal operating hours due in its latest effort to combat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. 

Gas prices continue to come down, although they are sliding faster in some places than others.

Technology from Emporia State University soon will be available to help healthcare professionals dealing with coronavirus.

The number of COVID-19 positive cases is up to 12 in Lyon County with two probable positive tests. That's according to the Lyon County Public Health up-date for Tuesday.

Governor Laura Kelly began her new schedule of daily press briefings Tuesday with the announcement of her latest executive order.

COVID-19 has caused financial hardship for millions of people across America. Causing some to wonder how they will be able to afford housing cost. But on March 17, Governor Laura Kelly issued an executive order which halts rental evictions, and mortgage foreclosures in the state of Kansas until May 1.

The annual restrictions on non-rangeland burning in the Flint Hills begin Wednesday.

Find information about coronavirus and related schedule or operations adjustments here.

As Newman Regional Health continues planning for a spike in coronavirus cases, federal stimulus money has been announced to help blunt the financial impact of lower appointment numbers and fewer elective procedures.

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