BELOIT – “To live in North Central Kansas is a true blessing but that doesn’t mean moving here from Southern California didn’t come with some tough adjustments,” said Shannon Rogers, Post Rock Extension District Communications Manager.
BELOIT – The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for today (Monday) for Phillips, Smith, Jewell, Rooks, Osborne and Mitchell counties in Kansas and parts of south central Nebraska.
KANSAS – There is still time to register for a “virtual” Cattle marketing and end-of-year tax program sponsored by K-State Research and Extension, along with several Extension Districts in north central KS. The program will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 15.
BELOIT – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) released a press release on Wednesday, Dec. 2, discussing the option for shortened quarantine periods for individuals exposed to a COVID-19 positive person. The decision has been left up to each individual county as to whether they would opt in to the proposed changes, or stay at the original 14-day quarantine. After consulting with the Mitchell County Medical Officer, the Mitchell County Health Department (MCHD) will opt in and allow the shortened quarantine periods, with the following considerations.
Katie Schroeder, Beloit City Attorney, reported during Wednesday's Beloit City Council meeting, that she is finalizing the details on collection actions. She also is beginning to work on easements for the Glen Elder Lake-Beloit water plant pipeline. She said this would take quite a bit of time because of all the details involved. Schroeder also reported that leases at the airport are coming due and the leases will require updating.