Sedgwick County is leaving the next COVID-19 recovery steps up to businesses and residents. County commissioners decided Wednesday not to impose any additional restrictions on how and when the local economy continues to reopen. Instead, the county is recommending — but not requiring — that the guidelines outlined in the state’s phased reopening plan continue.
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Commentary & Podcasts
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before—a romantic couple witnesses a murder or otherwise gets caught up in some nefarious dealings, and they spend the rest of the night running away from whoever’s chasing them while also trying to solve the case and getting themselves into increasingly implausible and comedic situations.
Kansas junior college football plays in the big time these days. The Jayhawk Community College Conference made a key change to its player eligibility rules three years ago that drew blue-chip players in from out of state. The level of play shot up almost overnight, transforming at least one team from a perennial doormat to a national contender.