Valley Heights Junior-Senior High School students started a full day of remote learning on Thursday because of COVID-19’s spread.
Marshall County Health Department nurse Sue Rhodes asked the public to take more precautions against a coronavirus pandemic that continued to grow in recent days to 16 active cases and 22 pending tests on Tuesday.
Marysville City Council will live stream its meeting to the public on Monday. As a COVID-19 precaution, audience will not be allowed into the Marysville City Building for the meeting.
Outreach clinics to administer seasonal flu vaccines are scheduled in the county for the mid-October. Seasonal flu vaccines are also available at the Marshall County Health Department in Marysville. The health department is open Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday…
Marysville’s COVID-19 infections continued to climb locally with three active cases Monday and four pending tests, the Marshall County Health Department reported.
Marshall County’s plan for spending a $1.9 million federal pandemic-relief grant has been approved by the state’s SPARK Taskforce, and the money can now be distributed and spent by Dec. 31.
Cities, school districts, county agencies, businesses and non-profits could benefit from a $1.9 million federal pandemic-relief grant plan Marshall County Commissioners approved Monday.
Marshall County Health Department has reported two new cases of COVID-19. One case is currently listed as hospitalized and there are three active cases in the county, health officials reported Monday.
Marshall County commissioners Monday hired accounting firm Swindoll, Janzen, Hawk & Loyd, McPherson, to assist county employees in administering a $1.9 million federal pandemic-relief grant.
School district officials in Kansas will decide how to reopen buildings and navigate through the 2020-21 year with help from a plan approved Wednesday by the Kansas Department of Education.
Marshall County commissioners on Friday opted out of the governor’s mask order, instead issuing a resolution strongly encouraging the public to wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The subject of the masks we wear used to be just an abstract discussion considered by poets and philosophers. Recently, though, it has become a very concrete, current issue on the minds of many. And, as with most topics these days, it has turned into a controversial political theme.
Marshall County Health Department reported a second confirmed case of COVID-19 in the county Monday. According to the health department, the case is unrelated to the first case, which was announced last Wednesday, June 24.
Gov. Laura Kelly, Kansas Department for Children and Families Secretary Laura Howard and Child Care Aware of Kansas have announced additional benefits within the Hero Relief Program to continue to support child care providers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a news release Thursday.
Early this week Marshall County remained one of just four counties without positive tests for COVID-19 in eastern Kansas. Until Wednesday. The county now has one confirmed case, according to the Marshall County Health Department.
Any county business interested in applying for federal COVID-19 relief grant funds will have until July 10 to apply through the county’s economic development organization.
A Washington County woman has tested positive for COVID-19, becoming that county’s first reported case of the coronavirus, the county’s health department announced Tuesday.