The Office of the Secretary of the Army has announced the selection of Scott Stuckey as the Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army for Kansas-West.
TOPEKA (AP) — A spike in reported coronavirus cases has prompted a northeast Kansas community to take a step back in reopening its economy and led the commanding general of a nearby U.S. Army post to restrict soldiers’ visits to a popular bar and restaurant district.
Local Independence Day celebrations are planned for Saturday, July 4, despite lingering concerns surrounding COVID-19. Some plans have been changed or altered to maintain social distancing, while still being able to celebrate the nation’s independence.
TOPEKA (AP) - Kansas on Wednesday saw its largest jump in coronavirus cases in more than six weeks, an increase of more than 500 cases in two days.
The Morris County Commissioners met on Tuesday, June 16th, 2020 at 9 a.m. Commissioners Diana Jost, Wayne Kohler and David Fox were present. Bill Kassebaum, County Counselor, was present.