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More Osage Countians quarantined: 4 more COVID-19 cases confirmed

OSAGE COUNTY, Kan. – Osage County recorded four more COVID-19 cases overnight after the county health department announced yesterday a student athletic team in the northern part of the county has been affected by an infected individual.

Osage County Health Department announced this morning the county now has 10 active and 15 recovered cases in the county after announcing yesterday 7 active and 14 recovered. As of today, the health department reports 77 people in the county are under ordered quarantine.

The health department did not report personal details of the newly infected individuals.

The increases in the county come after county commissioners implemented the final phase of the county’s COVID-19 reopening plan and rejected Gov. Laura Kelly’s emergency restrictions order last week.

Osage County ‘reopens’ as COVID-19 cases rise

OSAGE COUNTY, Kan. – Coronavirus cases in Osage County continue to rise, as one school has announced it is closed this week due to the virus, and the Osage County Health Department reported a new positive case might have affected an athletic team in the county.

Today, Kansas Department of Health and Environment’s COVID-19 information page shows Osage County has had 22 total positive cases since the pandemic began.

Yesterday, July 7, OCHD reported that it was a rumor that a Santa Fe Trail USD 434 student had exposed other student athletes, but today the health department announced on social media, “We do now have a positive patient that has affected a county athletic team. This is a different case, in the north end of the county. If you are not contacted by the Health Department, you are not considered a close contact.”

A parent of a USD 434 student commented on the social media site that the school had contacted parents by email about the student COVID-19 case. USD 434 confirmed the school closure with this announcement yesterday on social media:

“The Osage County Health Department notified the district today that we have confirmed case(s) of COVID 19 in our school district. The individuals directly in contact with the positive case(s) will be notified by the Osage County Health Department to quarantine. The district was not informed of and will not disclose the names of those affected. The health and safety of our staff and students is our priority and the district has followed the cleaning guidelines provided by the CDC. A decision about weights, conditioning, and sports practices will be made towards the end of this week about the upcoming week. The decision on reopening will be based on the recommendation and guidance of the Osage County Health Department.”

The school district further announced that all athletic student activities at Santa Fe Trail High School are canceled this week.

“We will re-evaluate the situation at the end of the week and then announce the plans for the week of July 13-17, 2020,” the school notice said.

The health department did not confirm which school was affected by the positive case and would not identify where the infected or quarantined individuals lived other than the northern part of the county.

As of today’s count, OCHD shows there are 68 people quarantined in the county, 7 active cases, 14 recovered cases, and 922 negative test results. In other public statements, the health department said there has been one person from Osage County hospitalized due to the disease and no deaths.

Answering a social media poster, the health department said the new cases in the county are not yet considered community spread of the disease: “Community spread means people have been infected with the virus in an area, including some who are not sure how or where they became infected. So far, all of our positives (aside from household contacts) have been traced to sources outside our county. We do not currently have evidence of community spread within Osage County. However, the nature of a virus means it is just a matter of time before we do. We still strongly encourage social distancing, hand washing, staying home if sick, and wearing a mask when out in public.”

The new cases follow the Osage County commissioners’ action last week to reject Gov. Laura Kelly’s plan to mandate mask wearing in public spaces statewide. The Osage County Board of Health cited the few COVID-19 cases in Osage County and little evidence of community spread of the disease, and that enforcement of the governor’s mandate to wear masks would be difficult as reasons for exempting the county.

Osage County COVID-19 cases increase over holiday weekend

LYNDON, Kan. – With yesterday’s online posting of current COVID-19 cases, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment reported Osage County gained four active cases over the weekend holiday and Monday. KDHE reported new cases were confirmed in the county with two on July 3, one on July 4, and one on July 6, and showed the county’s total cases since the pandemic began at 18.

In a social media post yesterday, the Osage County Health Department reported five active cases in the county, with 12 recovered and 60 people under quarantine. Today OCHD’s COVID-19 counter shows five active cases in the county with 14 recovered and 51 people quarantined.

An OCHD social media post today stated, “All new cases have been in the north end of the county. No community spread as of yet is indicated. There have been rumors of exposure to student athletes at Santa Fe Trail. Our investigation has indicated that there wasn’t any exposure to students during the patient’s contagious period, per KDHE protocol. Anyone who is considered a close contact has been notified on all positive cases.”

The new cases follow the Osage County commissioners’ action last week to reject Gov. Laura Kelly’s plan to mandate mask wearing in public spaces statewide. The Osage County Board of Health cited the few COVID-19 cases in Osage County and little evidence of community spread of the disease, and that enforcement of the governor’s mandate to wear masks would be difficult, as reasons for exempting the county.

Kelly’s order went into effect July 3, and requires most Kansans to wear a mask while in public spaces and in places where individuals are unable to maintain social distancing of six feet. During a special meeting July 2, county commissioners made the order to exempt Osage County from the governor’s order, following recommendations from the county health board.

As of Monday, Kansas had recorded 16,901 cases, 1,235 hospitalizations, and 280 deaths from the disease since the pandemic began.

Osage County recorded its first case on March 26; so far the most cases recorded in a single day were three on June 27.

Commissioners exempt Osage County from governor’s emergency order

The Osage County Commissioners held a special meeting this afternoon, July 2, 2020, and exempted Osage County from the governor’s executive order regarding wearing of masks and other safety measures to combat the COVID-19.

The following is the resolution signed by the commissioners to exempt the county from the governor’s order:



WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 33, paragraph (h) of House Bill No. 2016, the Board of County Commissioners may issue an order relating to public health that includes provisions that are less stringent than the provisions of an executive order effective statewide issued by the Governor.

WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has consulted with the Osage County Health officer regarding the Governor’s July 2, 2020 executive order and makes the following findings:

a.) Covid-19 cases remain low in Osage County with little if any evidence of community spread.

b.) Enforcement of the Governor’s executive order mandating masks would be difficult, if not impossible and would be an unreasonable strain on county resources such as PPE and local law enforcement.

c.) Broad ranging recommendations on safety precautions to fight the potential spread of Covid-19 better serve the public’s overall interests than Governmental mandates.

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED by the Board of County Commissioners of Osage County, Kansas, that Osage County is hereby exempt from the requirements set forth in Executive Order No. 20-52 issued by the Governor of the State of Kansas.

IT IS SO ORDERED this 2nd day of July, 2020.


Supreme Court requires face coverings in district, appellate court proceedings

TOPEKA, Kan. – The Kansas Supreme Court today issued an administrative order requiring district and appellate courts to comply with the governor’s order requiring people to wear face coverings in public areas to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Administrative Order 2020-PR-090, effective July 3, 2020, requires district and appellate courts to comply with Gov. Laura Kelly’s Executive Order No. 20-52, requiring the use of face coverings in public, even though the governor’s order exempts court proceedings.

The Supreme Court order requires all court employees, judicial officers, and members of the public to wear a face covering in any courtroom, court office, or other facility used for a court proceeding. Face coverings must also be worn in any nonpublic court office unless physical shields are in place.

Courts are required to comply even if local county commissions opt out of the governor’s executive order.

“We must protect the health and safety of court users, staff, and judicial officers during this pandemic,” Chief Justice Marla Luckert said. “The use of face coverings, hygiene practices, protective shielding, and social distancing will allow us to do that as we conduct court proceedings across the state.”

The Supreme Court order allows a judge to waive the face covering requirement under certain circumstances set out in the order.

Gov. Kelly signs executive order mandating masks in public spaces

Simple, proactive way to keep Kansans safe, and keep Kansas businesses open

TOPEKA, Kan. – Gov. Laura Kelly today issued Executive Order No. 20-52 requiring that most Kansans must wear a mask while in public spaces, and in places where individuals are unable to maintain social distancing of six feet.

The order takes effect at 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 3, 2020, and will remain in place until rescinded or until the current statewide state of disaster emergency expires – whichever is earlier.

“The last few months have presented many new challenges for Kansans, and all of us want to return to our normal lives and routines,” Kelly said. “Unfortunately, we have seen a spike in the number of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths across our state and our country. We must act.

‘Viruses don’t stop at county lines. This order doesn’t change where you can go or what you can do. But wearing a mask is a simple and effective way to keep Kansans healthy and keep Kansas open for business.”

Under the order, Kansans are required to wear masks when inside any public space – including their workplace – or in situations where social distancing of six feet cannot be maintained. Guidance regarding specific places or situations in which masks are required is outlined within the order.

Kansans under five years of age, those with medical conditions, and others specifically outlined in the order are exempt from these requirements.

KDHE adds states to travel quarantine list, removes others

TOPEKA, Kan. – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has added two states to the COVID-19 quarantine list, South Carolina and Florida, and removed Maryland. This is in effect for persons arriving in or returning to Kansas today, June 29, 2020, and moving forward. The state will review/update this list every two weeks.

A comprehensive list of those individuals needing to quarantine for 14 days includes visitors and Kansans who have:

  • Traveled to South Carolina and Florida on or after June 29.
  • Traveled to Alabama, Arizona and Arkansas on or after June 17.
  • Been on a cruise ship or river cruise on or after March 15.
  • Traveled internationally on or after March 15.

Others who need to continue quarantining include those who have received notification from public health officials, state or local, that they have been in close contact of a laboratory-confirmed case of COVID-19.

States added to this list are determined by evaluating new cases in states over a two-week period, then adjusting for population size, giving a case per 100,000 population, which can then be compared to the rate in Kansas. States with significantly higher rates (approximately three times higher) are added to the list.

Travel quarantines do not prohibit travel through Kansas. People from these locations may still travel through Kansas. If this is done, KDHE recommends limited stops, wearing a mask at rest stops or when getting gas and being six feet from others when doing so. If the destination is Kansas, they would be required to quarantine upon arrival to their destination.

Critical infrastructure sector employees who have traveled to these destinations should contact their employers regarding instructions for application of these quarantine orders. Critical infrastructure employees need to have the staffing resources to continue serving Kansans. KDHE strongly recommends these quarantine restrictions for everyone, but recognizes that services need to continue.

Gov. Kelly announces masks must be worn statewide

TOPEKA, Kan. – Governor Laura Kelly announced today that she will sign an executive order requiring that most Kansans in public spaces must wear a mask, beginning 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 3, 2020.

“This is a simple, proactive step we can take to keep Kansans at work, get our kids back to school, and keep ourselves and our neighbors healthy,” Governor Kelly said. “Wearing a mask is not only safe – but it is necessary to avoid another shut down.

“Remember, my mask protects you, and your mask protects me,” Kelly said. “We’re all in this together.”

Under the order, most Kansans must wear masks in stores and shops, restaurants, and in any situation in which social distancing of six feet cannot be maintained, including outside. The executive order will be released on Thursday, and will provide specific guidance regarding under what circumstances masks must be worn.

“I know Kansans will have many questions about this order – and we will answer them when it is released later this week,” Kelly said. “But by announcing the requirement today, people in our state will have the appropriate time to acquire the masks.”

The Kansas Attorney General’s Office will work with officials in Kelly’s administration to ensure that the order complies with Kansas law.

For more information on COVID-19 in Kansas, visit

Osage County confirms 2 more COVID-19 cases; 3 currently infected, 10 recovered

In a social media post Sunday, the Osage County Health Department announced it had confirmed two new positive cases of COVID-19 in the county, making a total of 13 known cases since the pandemic reached Osage County. Ten people are reported as recovered from the disease, and there are three current active cases and 30 reported as in quarantine, as of today, June 29, 2020.

The new cases are reported to be a 48-year-old female who resides in central Osage County, and a 16-year-old male who lives in the northern part of the county.

The social media post said that close contacts of the individuals have been notified. OCHD reported today that 805 tests have had negative results in the county.

Osage County’s new cases come as Kansas is showing a spike in confirmed cases, having recorded 428 cases Friday, and 238 Saturday. Total, as of today, Kansas has 14,443 positive cases, with 270 deaths. More than 162,000 negative test results have been recorded in the state.

As records levels of COVID-19 cases were being set across the U.S. over the last week, two more states have been added to Kansas’ quarantine list, South Carolina and Florida.

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly announced today that she will issue an executive order requiring people to wear masks in all public spaces, effective July 3, 2020.

Osage County confirms 11th COVID-19 case

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage across the United States and yesterday Osage County confirmed its 11th positive COVID-19 case since the pandemic began.

The Osage County Health Department reported in a social media post yesterday, June 25, 2020, that the infected person is a 36-year-old male who lives in the northern part of Osage County. He was reported as being in isolation and doing well.

The health department post said it had been in contact with close contacts of the infected person and they are also quarantined. The department’s COVID-19 counter shows nine people are currently under quarantine in the county.

Osage County currently has one positive case and 10 recovered cases, and 760 people tested have had negative results.

Eat Well to Be Well: Powerhouse pantry staples for making meals easy

Whether coming home from a long day at work or a jam-packed day at home, preparing a nutritious meal can be challenging. But it doesn’t have to be. That’s why a well-stocked pantry is your ultimate dinner solution.  Having pantry-ready essentials on hand makes meal preparation a snap. While fresh foods, such as fruits and vegetables, are always healthful choices, there are plenty of other healthy options to choose from.

Shelf-stable foods, whether canned, jarred, or packaged, can be a safe and nutritious solution for quick and healthful meals. These methods of preservation have been used for decades helping maintain the nutritious benefits these foods offer. When choosing, opt for those with little to no added sugar or salt if possible.

To help you stock your pantry filled with nutritious foods, here’s a list of essential pantry items for putting together quick, healthy meals when time is running short:

Canned beans

Beans are at the top of my list for a must-have pantry staple. Convenient, economical, and no cooking time involved, canned beans are always a good bet for making a quick meal. Black, cannellini, kidney, pinto,  or chickpeas, all canned beans are an easy protein and fiber booster easily added to pasta dishes, rice, salads, soups, or tossed in Mexican entrees or added to scrambled eggs.


Vinegars are a must-have essential for enhancing meals. Their acidity helps bring out the flavors of food – garlic tastes more pungent, herbs more fresh, and spices more pronounced. Vinegars also are fat-free and with only a trace of sodium. Mix up your own salad dressing by combining extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar, with a touch of salt, and you have a tantalizing mixture of healthy monounsaturated fat – from the oil – to add to your spinach salad. Best to keep on hand are balsamic, cider, red wine, rice, and white wine vinegar.

Canned fish

Canned fish should be in everyone’s pantry. If you’re intimidated by cooking fresh fish, canned fish is your answer. Whether salmon, tuna, or sardines, canned fish is not only inexpensive but is rich in protein and heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Both salmon and tuna can be added to salads or as sandwich filler, or made into fish cakes by combining with an egg, rice, lemon juice, and bread crumbs.

KDHE adds states to travel quarantine list, removes others

TOPEKA, Kan. – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has added three states to the quarantine list due to the COVID-19 pandemic: Alabama, Arizona and Arkansas, and removed six states, Connecticut, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Rhode Island. This is effective today, June 17, 2020. The state will review and update the list on July 1.

A comprehensive list of those individuals in Kansas needing to quarantine for 14 days includes those who have traveled to Maryland on or after May 12, or Alabama, Arizona and Arkansas on or after June 17; been on a cruise ship or river cruise on or after March 15; traveled internationally on or after March 15.

Others needing to continue quarantining include those who have been notified by public health officials they have been in close contact to a laboratory-confirmed case of COVID-19.

Osage County confirms 10th COVID-19 case

LYNDON, Kan. – The Osage County Health Department has reported another new positive COVID-19 case in Osage County, bringing the county’s total confirmed cases to 10 since the start of the pandemic.

OCHD reported Tuesday, June 9, 2020, that the newest confirmed case is a 21-year-old male who lives in the northern part of Osage County. The case is not associated with other known positives in the county, and has been linked to a positive case in another county. Health department staff is to contact anyone with direct contact with the positive individual.

Osage County’s ninth case was reported Monday, a 42-year-old male who lives in the southern part of the county. That case was reported as being connected to an out-of-county outbreak. As of yesterday, the county had 10 people under quarantine, three positive cases, seven recovered cases, and tallied 550 negative test results.

Osage County confirms 9th COVID-19 case

LYNDON, Kan. – Osage County Commissioner Ken Kuykendall announced Osage County’s latest COVID-19 case at the weekly commission meeting this morning. The latest case is the ninth for the county. Kuykendall said two current cases in the county were connected to out-of-county outbreaks and the patients contracted the disease at their out-of-county workplaces.

The Osage County Health Department later reported on social media the newest case is a 42-year-old male who lives in the southern part of Osage County. The health department post said the case had been linked to a known outbreak in Lyon County, and health department staff has contacted people in direct contact of the patient, who is being monitored.

OCHD reports as of today, June 8, 2020, the county has 10 people under quarantine order, two positive cases, seven people recovered, and 538 negative test results.

Osage City Library reopens for patron services; kicks off summer reading program

The Osage City Public Library has reopened for patrons to come in and check out items.  Staff will continue to wipe down all items returned with disinfectant wipes, and place them in quarantine for 72 hours before they become available for checking out. This also will include items that are on reserved.

The library will begin having public computers available Monday, June 8, 2020. There will be a limited number of computers available and a 30-minute time limit for use for social distancing purposes.

Readers of all ages are encouraged to stop in and sign up for the 2020 Summer Library Program.

The library will continue to hand out five lunches and milks to those ages 1 to 18, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Tuesdays.

Currently, the library hours are 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday; 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday; and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday.

For more information, stop by Osage City Public Library, 515 Main St., Osage City, Kan., or call 785-528-3727.

Osage County confirms 8th COVID-19 case; 7 recovered

LYNDON, Kan. – Osage County has recorded its eighth positive COVID-19 case. The Osage County Health Department reported on social media June 3, 2020, the new case is a 62-year-old male who lives in the northern part of Osage County. He is reported as having no symptoms and the disease was confirmed from a routine test given prior to a procedure. The health department reported staff would be contacting anyone who has been in direct contact with the individual.

The department encouraged everyone to continue to observe six feet of social distance between non-household contacts and to wear a mask when in public places. All other positive cases in Osage County are reported as recovered. The health department said negative test results in the county continue to come in, averaging around 10-15 per day.

Eat Well to Be Well: Savor the sweet sensation of spring strawberries

Spring strawberries – what’s not to love? There’s more to this ruby-red fruit than meets the eye – they’re the first fruit to ripen in the spring, they are a member of the rose family, and one cup of strawberries is packed with more vitamin C than an orange – 55 milligrams compared to 85 milligrams.

If there’s one berry most people have a fondness for, it’s strawberries. Up to 94 percent of American households consume strawberries making them a top notch favorite fruit. May, National Strawberry Month, is dedicated to promoting and celebrating this favorite berry. Here are some interesting facts about strawberries you may not have known:

  • Strawberries are grown in every state in the United States.
  • California is the state that produces the most strawberries – an amazing 1 billion pounds of strawberries each year.
  • If all strawberries produced in California in one year were laid berry to berry, they would go around the world 15 times.
  • There is an average number of 200 seeds in a strawberry.

Even though available year round, strawberries full flavor shines best beginning in May through late summer, the prime seasons for strawberries. Now is when farmers markets and grocery store produce aisles are loaded with this red delicacy at its peak of taste and appearance. A carton of freshly picked strawberries is a sight to behold, turning even the pickiest eater into a fan.

Yes, strawberries are a spring and summertime favorite not only for its juicy sweet flavor and versatility, but don’t forget the tremendous nutritional profile it packs as a berry.

Sheriff’s office and jail services to resume as county begins reopening

LYNDON, Kan. – Osage County Sheriff Laurie Dunn has announced procedure changes at facilities under her authority as the county begins reopening phases due to the COVID-19 pandemic emergency.

In a press release issued today, the sheriff reminded visitors that the Osage County Jail and Osage County Sheriff’s Office have small lobbies, and six-foot social distancing should be observed prior to entering the lobbies. (If there is an emergency, enter the building as usual.)

Other reopening procedures include:

Kansas Highway Patrol vehicle identification number inspections will resume as of today, May 27, 2020, from 9 a.m. to noon. Inspections will be done in the garage area of the jail due to the size of the lobby.

Registered offenders can resume registering in person at the sheriff’s office as of May 28.

On June 1, the jail will begin public and court order process fingerprinting. Everyone must wear a mask in the jail facility, and must wash hands prior to fingerprinting and after.

Fingerprinting will be for Osage County residents, except for court ordered processes, and includes fingerprinting for concealed carry, teachers, nursing, firearm licenses and purchases, and court ordered. Fingerprinting will be done 8 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m. Monday to Friday. For more information, contact the jail at 785-828-4991. A reminder to jail visitors, if someone is in the lobby, wait before entering due to the size of the lobby.

On June 7, inmate visitation will begin with changes. Visitation will now be held 9 a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m. Visitors must schedule their 20-minute visit by calling 785-828-4991. One visit will occur every 30 minutes, allowing time to clean the visitation area. All visitors must wear a mask during visitation.

At this time, no religious services or NA or AA meetings will be allowed in the jail. Arrangements can be made with prior approval for an inmate to have time with visitation with clergy as needed. This policy will be in effect until at least July 1.

For more information, contact the Osage County Sheriff’s Office at 785-828-3121 or 131 W. 14th St., Lyndon, and the Osage County Jail at 785-828-4991 or 702 Ash St., Lyndon.

Governor signs disaster declaration, warns grave consequences without legislative action

TOPEKA, Kan. – Yesterday, Governor Laura Kelly announced a series of actions her administration is taking to respond to the emergency situation COVID-19 currently presents to the economy and to public safety.

After careful review, Kelly has vetoed House Bill 2054. This sweeping, hastily crafted legislation pushed through the Kansas Legislature last week includes provisions that will damage Kansas’ ability to respond to COVID-19 and all future disasters. The bill also weakens local county health officer authorities and adds unnecessary layers of bureaucracy to their emergency response efforts.

Kelly has signed a new state disaster declaration to ensure that Kansas can effectively respond to the current emergency situation, which includes an unprecedented economic emergency and the imminent threat of new outbreaks of COVID-19, specifically regarding food supply. This will also ensure the state can continue its coordinated response with federal and state partners.

Kelly has called a special session starting June 3. She has asked the Legislature to put politics aside, work with her, and deliver an emergency management bill that has been vetted, debated, is transparent and addresses the need to keep Kansans safe and healthy.

“As I’ve said from day one, the safety and well-being of Kansans is my number one priority. What the Legislature sent to my desk does not protect Kansans. It does not help Kansans. It puts their lives at risk,” Kelly said. “I’m calling on the Legislature to come back and put a carefully crafted, bipartisan bill on my desk that will provide the resources Kansans need, in a timely manner. We must stop putting Kansans at risk.”

KDHE recommends self-quarantine for Kansans who traveled to Lake of the Ozarks

TOPEKA, Kan. – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is recommending voluntary 14-day self-quarantine for those Kansans who traveled to Lake of the Ozarks, Mo., over the Memorial Day weekend and did not use protective measures, such as social distancing and face masks. Over the holiday weekend, large crowds were reported at the Lake of the Ozarks with no protective practices being followed.

“The reckless behavior displayed during this weekend risks setting our community back substantially for the progress we’ve already made in slowing the spread of COVID-19,” said Dr. Lee Norman, KDHE Secretary. “If you traveled to Lake of the Ozarks over the weekend, we urge you to act responsibly and self-quarantine to protect your neighbors, co-workers and family.”

While Lake of the Ozarks is not currently on the mandated travel list, KDHE is urging those who traveled over the Memorial Day weekend to self-quarantine for 14 days upon return to Kansas.

Home Town Health Care: You can still rely on us to be there for you

During a time of your greatest need, Home Town Health Care’s home health and hospice staff is trained and equipped with the most up-to-date information and recommendations from the CDC and KDHE. As Covid-19 continues to spread through counties in Kansas, you can still rely on Home Town Health Care for your home health and hospice needs.

Our nurses and aides are trained on the proper precautions to prevent the spread of Covid-19 and protect the health of our patients and communities. As others cancel or reduce visits, Home Town Health Care is able to help qualifying patients with lab testing, critical therapy, and medical needs in the safety of your home. We are continuing to help people who have medical needs, are unsafe to leave their homes, or can’t leave.

In this time of uncertainty, you can rest assured that Home Town Health Care will be there to care for you.

Call us at Lyndon 785-310-0000, or Emporia 620-342-2600.

Home Town Home Health and Hospice. There to Care.

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