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Best burger in Kansas is in… Missouri?

KANSAS CITY, Kan. — An online travel blog that features “best of” lists from around the world released “The 50 Best Burgers in the United States” on Wednesday, but one of the entries will have Kansans and Missourians scratching their heads. According to Big 7 Travel, The 30th best burger...
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Sen. Marshall implores Kansans to consider getting COVID-19 vaccines

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - As the Delta variant increases case numbers around the nation, Sen. Marshall says now is the time to believe in science. Senator Roger Marshall (R-Kan.) says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently reversed course and now recommends that vaccinated individuals wear masks in indoor public spaces. He said this is a time to believe in science.
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Gov. Laura Kelly issues statement on updated CDC guidance, urges Kansans to get vaccinated

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNW) – Governor Laura Kelly issued a statement addressing the updated Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance on masking. “While we are still reviewing the new guidance and what it means for Kansas, this administration has consistently followed the recommendations from the experts at the CDC – and we don’t intend to stop. Right now Kansas is at a crossroads. The new Delta variant has caused COVID-19 to surge in our communities and some of our hospitals are moving towards capacity. The bad news is that parts of our state fall into the “hot spot” category for new cases, the good news is we have a vaccine to protect us from the virus that is safe, effective against severe illness, hospitalization and death, and free. I strongly urge every Kansan who isn’t vaccinated to get one right away. That is the best way to stop the spread of COVID in our state. For those who are vaccinated, I ask that you speak with your friends, neighbors, and loved ones who are unvaccinated and encourage them to get vaccinated to protect themselves and our state.”
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Kansas State Fair prepping amid rise in COVID positive cases

WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - It’s less than two months away until opening weekend for the Kansas State Fair after last year’s had to get canceled, but could rising COVID cases put a damper on festivities for Kansans another year?. The fairgrounds have sat empty for more than a year, but...
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Critical race theory in Kansas: Indoctrination or scare tactic?

Conservative writer Danedri Herbert would welcome a state law banning critical race theory from K-12 public school curriculum because that academic movement represents a self-indulgent contemplation of racism and reinforces soft bigotry of low expectations for minorities. Herbert, who is affiliated with the Kansas Policy Institute in Wichita, said the...
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Walk Through This 37.5-Acre Garden And 1,500 Varieties Of Flowers For The Most Beautiful Day Trip In Kansas

As Kansans, we know that the Sunflower State is one of the most beautiful in the entire country. There are countless attractions located all across the state that are simply awe-inspiring. The Ted Ensley Gardens, located on the west side of Lake Shawnee, is one of these enchanting areas and it makes for the most […] The post Walk Through This 37.5-Acre Garden And 1,500 Varieties Of Flowers For The Most Beautiful Day Trip In Kansas appeared first on Only In Your State.