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Updated Visitor Restrictions 3-19-20
(Top) Spring has sprung at Grove Gardens, with staff showing off the colorful flowers that are bringing some much needed joy. Adam Dirks and his son, Joe, (left) spent some of their down time at the lake skipping rocks and enjoying warmer temperatures.
CURBSIDE SERVICE -- USD 417 food service staff hand out meals to students on Thursday at Council Grove Junior/Senior High School. Drive-thru meals are available at CGJSHS from 11 am. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday and at Prairie Heights Elementary School from 11 am. to 12 p.m. Monday through Friday. The meals are free to all kids ages one to 18. There are no income guidelines for these meals and they hope to feed all children in need of a meal. Food Service Director Becky Shearer stated, “We will have plenty of food for all kids!” On Thursday afternoon, leftover meals from the day were distributed by volunteers Alex Wooden and Terry Lff (right) at Ray’s Apple Market to anyone in need of a meal.
TOPEKA (AP) — Wichita Mayor Brandon Whipple and three City Council members have decided to quarantine themselves “out of an abundance of caution” after being told two people at a conference they attended last week had the coronavirus. Whipple and council members Becky Tuttle, James Clendenin and Brandon Johnson attended the National League of Cities conference in Washington D.C. The group informed attendees on Tuesday that the two people who tested positive for the virus were active participants at the conference.