Topeka—Kansas’s Community Mental Health Centers (CMHCs) are encouraging Kansans feeling the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic to connect with their local mental health center via telephone or online. CMHCs are dedicated to ensuring Kansans continue to have access to behavioral health services.
PAGEANT GIRLS -- Illa (left) and Prussia True, daughters of Victoria and Jake True, have been selected to represent Kansas in the National American Miss beauty pageant in June in Columbia, Missouri. Prussia (left), age five, and Illa (right), age six, are hoping to compete in the pageant in June, but due to current stay-at-home orders are unable to seek sponsors in the community in person. People, groups, businesses or organizations that would like to sponsor the girls’ pageant dreams can call 785-709-0236 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Anyone who contributes will be listed in the National American Miss beauty pageant yearbook.
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — It started with an infected person from out of town who attended a funeral. Now the largest hospital in Georgia’s mostly rural southwest corner is rapidly running out of space amid the highest rate of coronavirus infection in the entire state.
TOPEKA (AP) — Kansas officials are looking for extra hospital beds, releasing jail inmates and bracing for a slump in state tax collections as they add farmers’ and ranchers’ springtime practice of burning pastures to the list of things to avoid during the coronavirus pandemic. With confirmed coronavirus cases
MEDICINE LODGE (AP) — The Kansas National Guard has sent two helicopters to help local firefighters battle wildfires burning about 20-25 miles southwest of Medicine Lodge in Barber County.