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The Coronavirus has only gotten worse this week. As of this writing there are 134,945 cases in the United States and 319 cases in Kansas. So far Atchison and Brown Counties have not reported any cases. The governor put the entire state on stay at home rule only going out for necessities.

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It seems there's new symptoms about COVID-19 every day. This morning the newest symptom is red, puffy eyes. This virus is like a stalker who changes its tactics daily to fool us into not knowing what its true self is. The predictions about its effect on the United States is scary. Doctors, n…

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The Internal Revenue Service and Kansas Department of Revenue have extended the due date for returns originally due April 15th, 2020. The new due date for these returns is July 15th, 2020.

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They were here and then they were gone. Just like that. One positive test for COVID-19 in a professional basketball player, before the rest of us understood the serious nature of what was coming, and the landscape of sports began to quake.

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• Are you scared of losing your health or wealth or of something bad happening to one you love?

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Got dead pine trees? If you are in the eastern half of Kansas, they probably died of pine wilt, a disease that is widespread in that part of the state. If you are in central or western Kansas, pine wilt is less common but it can still occur in pockets.

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The city of Muscotah has closed the community building till further notice due to the Coronavirus pandemic. There will not be any meetings for Half Century, Cancer Support, (including bingo), Outreach and rentals for other activities. Outreach has announced that there will not be an Easter E…

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Well, I think Highland’s news is the same as the World News — Stay home and help slay COVID19. That’s exactly what I have been doing for three weeks. No school for the rest of the semester sounds great. Right? Well, it’s not and the students think so, too. They are used to schedules and want…