Holmes’s goal is to make sure that the elderly and long-term care facilities are not forgotten this holiday season, and just the simple act of sending a card shows compassion, empathy, and love when it’s needed the most.
Kansas native, Ron Baker, considered a Shocker legend after ascending from walk-on to All American at Wichita State University, has broken his public silence on the allegations of abuse against former Shocker men’s basketball coach Gregg Marshall.
While many look forward to time to relax and enjoy the holiday season, many healthcare workers on the front line in the fight against COVID-19 won’t catch a break, especially with the virus straining hospital resources.
With thousands of Kansans still in need of financial help during the COVID-19 pandemic, a petition is circulating on social media, fighting to hold the Kansas Department of Labor accountable for the backlog of unemployed Kansans waiting to receive payments, some of which have waited for several months and haven’t seen a dime from the state.
A Wichita woman is battling COVID-19 for the second time. Renee Carrion is no the only one in her family with the virus, she said her aunt, who is a traveling nurse has been in the ICU for three weeks.
The upcoming Thanksgiving holiday is different for many choosing to keep distance with virtual extended family gatherings. While for most, meeting virtually is better than not meeting at all, the change can be challenging from an emotional and mental-health standpoint.