Archive for Wednesday, March 25, 2020

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Who do you think would have been crowned KSHSAA Class 6A state champions in boys basketball?

Response Percent
Haysville-Campus (23-0)
 
96%
Blue Valley Northwest (21-2)
 
2%
Blue Valley North (20-3)
 
0%
Olathe South (17-6)
 
0%
Total 366

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Leavenworth County now reporting 12 confirmed COVID-19 cases
March 25, 2020
Leavenworth County is reporting additional confirmed COVID-19 cases, as the number now is at 12 as of late Wednesday afternoon. The Leavenworth County Health Department issued a release earlier Wednesday that three additional cases moved the total number to 11. Those cases were all males, one in his 70s another in his 50s and a third in his 30s. “The male in his 70s reported recent travel history,” the report said. “The male in his 50s has no recent travel, but known close contact to a positive case. The male in his 30s had no travel history.”
Mirror to be delivered late this week
March 25, 2020
Due to a printing press issue, The Mirror was not available to be delivered on Wednesday morning. We apologize for the inconvenience this has caused. The Mirror will be delivered to all subscribers and newsstand locations on Thursday morning. Again, we apologize for this delay.
FTC official warns of pandemic scammers
March 25, 2020
As the Coronavirus takes a growing toll on people’s pocketbooks, there are reports that the government will soon be sending money by check or direct deposit to each of us. The details are still being worked out, but there are a few really important things to know, no matter what this looks like.
Stieben: A remarkable time
March 25, 2020
The recent onslaught of the COVID-19 epidemic has been challenging for our nation and local Leavenworth County government. Suddenly many of our citizens face the real prospect of having a job one week and being unemployed the next. The dramatic changes that we face as a nation are staggering.
Lending a socially distant hand in Tonganoxie
March 25, 2020
A frigid Friday morning didn’t keep local residents from joining together to donate goods — with the required distance, of course. Tonganoxie Mayor David Frese coordinated with others to provide three drop-off spots: downtown next to the pocket park near Fourth and Delaware streets, at Tonganoxie United Methodist Church and Brothers Market. Monetary donations also were accepted.