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March 3, 2021

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TOPEKA – Eight new cases of the United Kingdom, or UK, variant known as B.1.1.7, have been identified in Sedgwick County. These cases were identified in individuals all living in the same household and do not appear to be connected to earlier cases in Kansas. A case investigation is being conducted and close contacts notified. Further details concerning the patients, including demographics, will not be released. The total of UK identified variants in Kansas is now at 10. The first case was identified in February in Ellis County, followed by a second case in Sedgwick County. The initial two cases
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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. “My administration is considering every tool at our disposal to ensure Kansans and communities are protected from price surges caused by the extreme weather,” said Governor Laura Kelly. “While LIEAP assistance is available to Kansans experiencing higher than usual utility costs, we continue to communicate with our local and federal partners to address this problem.” LIEAP is a
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March 2, 2021

Municipal Court Convictions

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Convictions for the week of 2/22/21 – 2/276/21
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March 2, 2021

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McPherson County 911 for 3/1/21 CLICK HERE!
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Manchester University
NORTH MANCHESTER, IN (03/02/2021)– At the end of each semester, the Office of Academic Affairs publishes the Dean’s List. Laura Ullom-Minnich of Moundridge was named to the Manchester University Fall 2020 Dean’s List. Ullom-Minnich was among 382 students named to the Fall 2020 Dean’s List. Ullom-Minnich is majoring in environmental studies. Students earning a semester grade point average of 3.5 or higher who have completed at least 12 semester hours with no more than three hours of Pass/Not Pass grades are included on the Dean’s List. Students with more than one hour of Incomplete (I) or Not Recorded (NR) grades at
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Susan Bartel
Susan Bartel sees the world through painting, whether it’s capturing the light at that just-right second, or exploring details often overlooked. Moments of awe in the familiar, the common, are her inspiration, and she hopes to convey the emotion she feels through her work.  Bartel’s current collection, I Noticed, Visual Stories by Susan Bartel, is now on display at the McPherson Public Library through April 27th. “Painting in watercolor is my passion,” says Bartel, “I covet the unexpected miracles that happen in watercolor – it’s a dance between control and letting the colors mix and sing for themselves. I use a
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TOPEKA – The state of Kansas announces the launch of a new art contest geared towards Kansas youth. The Youth Suicide Prevention Art Contest is for artists, musicians, painters, writers, sculptors, poets, singers and photographers in grades 6 to 12. The contest, hosted by Kansas Partners in Empowering Youth for Suicide Prevention, will help state agencies shape suicide prevention messages and health promotion campaigns. In 2019, 521 Kansans died by suicide including six under the age of 15 and 83 individuals between the ages of 15 and 24. “Suicide is the second leading cause of death for Kansans age 15 to
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March 1, 2021

McPherson County 911

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McPherson County 911 for 2/27/21 CLICK HERE! McPherson County 911 for 2/28/21 CLICK HERE!
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