TOPEKA - During his time serving as a Sedgwick County judge in juvenile court, Kevin Smith saw an overworked and exhausted foster care system leave Kansas children at risk of being harmed.
(Above) Second graders performing during the Christmas music program are (from left) Greysen York, Paige Post, Ronaldo Ortiz Valenzela and Rory Kough. (Below) Second grade vocalists perform, “There’s Someone in the Chimney.” (Record Photo)
Once the holiday season has passed, homeowners still have at least one pretty important job to do: Disposing of the Christmas tree properly.
TOPEKA - Top management at Saint Francis Ministries purchased $80,000 worth of Chicago Cubs tickets and agreed to pay $7 million to the president’s business partner for software development as the organization tumbled into financial chaos, sometimes relying on loans to cover weekly expenses, according to a whistleblower’s report.
After receiving further clarification from CDC on the shortened quarantine periods, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) is issuing more information concerning the quarantine periods counties may opt in to.