For safety, due to predicted rain and wind, the Sedgwick County Health Department will not vaccinate people aged 83 and older on Monday, January 25. Residents in this category with Monday appointments will be contacted to reschedule their appointment for Tuesday, January 26, or a later date.
The Kansas City Chiefs have Clyde Edwards-Helaire but are missing fellow running back Le’Veon Bell and veteran wide receiver Sammy Watkins for their AFC championship game against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
The COVID-19 pandemic changes the number of people allowed inside the stadium and limits the size of public gatherings. What it doesn’t change is the enthusiasm for teams left standing in the NFL playoffs.
This summer, Sedgwick County will part ways with its election commissioner of nearly a decade. This week, Kansas Secretary of State Scott Schwab confirmed that his office is looking to replace Tabitha Lehman when her current term as Sedgwick County election commissioner concludes in July.
For some Kansans, the COVID-19 vaccine is a sign of hope. Others may still be skeptical. That’s the case in the Comanche County town of Protection, even though vaccines are a significant part of the town’s history and put Protection on the map.
The Ark City Police Department said three-month-old Isabella Consul-Pierce has been located and is safe. The ACPD didn’t provide much information about how the baby was found, but the department thanked the Lawrence Police Department for its assistance in the case.
Sedgwick County Election Commissioner Tabitha Lehman will no longer hold her position after her current term concludes this summer, Kansas Secretary of State Scott Schwab confirmed Wednesday (Jan. 20).
Appearing on the University of Kansas Health System’s weekly update, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas said it was unlikely we would see a parade if the Chiefs win given the state of COVID-19 in the area.