Update on Covid-19 Statistics in McPherson County

McPherson County Health Department reports 131 total confirmed cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in McPherson County. 111 of the total confirmed cases have now met recovery guidelines set forth by the KDHE. There are two current hospitalizations and zero deaths. One hospitalization is a previously announced case that is a male in his 30s and is currently ventilated.  Positive case #124 was identified on July 24 and is a symptomatic female in her 60s with unknown exposure and is recovering at home.  Positive case #125 was identified on July 25 and is a symptomatic male in his 20s

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McPherson County 911

July 27, 2020 McPherson Police responded to a report of a suspicious or wanted person on E Marlin St. McPherson EMS, Fire and Police responded to a residential fire alarm on Twin Lakes Dr. McPherson County Sheriff and Moundridge EMS responded to a report of a fall on 18th Ave in McPherson. McPherson County Sheriff responded to a report of a past suspicious or wanted person on 17th Ave in Moundridge. McPherson Police performed and animal welfare check on S Hartup St. Marquette Police responded to a report of a burglary/home invasion on S Central St in Marquette. McPherson Communications

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McPherson Police Address Window Tint on Autos

With the sizzling Kansas temperatures lately, you may be thinking about tinting your vehicle’s windows or installing a new sun-screening device. Before you do, there are a few restrictions we would like to remind you of, which are listed in Standard Traffic Ordinance 181. In summary, Standard Traffic Ordinance, Sec. 181. One-Way Glass and Sun Screening Devices: says no motor vehicle registered in this state and which is operated on the highways of this city shall be equipped with one-way glass or any sun-screening device, on the windshield, side wings, side windows or rear windows that do not meet the

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