COVID numbers decrease in Ellis County, health director still recommends caution

BY JUSTIN SABATA The pandemic situation in Ellis County appears to be improving. According to county health director, Jason Kennedy, reported COVID-19 numbers have returned…

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Commission votes to reopen fairground buildings amid virus concerns

BY JUSTIN SABATA The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has grinded many institutions in America to a halt, and in some cases, forced a difficult time for…

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County health director provides COVID update; commissioners uncomfortable with mask mandates

BY JUSTIN SABATA The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reported Monday the state saw an increase of more than 1,300 cases during the weekend.…

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Ellis County COVID concerns continue, now at 27 active cases

BY JUSTIN SABATA Ellis County Health Director Jason Kennedy has seemingly had to repeat his recommendations to the public since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Questions…

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ICYMI: Ellis County Commission vetoes governor’s mask order; Kennedy addresses mask concerns

BY JUSTIN SABATA Thursday was one of Kansas’ busiest days of the year regarding COVID-19, beginning when Gov. Laura Kelly signed an executive order requiring…

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Noose Road to be changed to Rome Avenue after commission discussion

BY JUSTIN SABATA A portion of road in Hays has been under recent scrutiny given its controversial namesake. Noose Road, which stretches west of town,…

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Ellis County declares state of disaster in order to request state COVID-19 supplies

BY JUSTIN SABATA  Ellis County has not had a confirmed case of COVID-19 for over 30 days. However, as the state progresses through the COVID-19…

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