Considerable time was spent on the Mosquito Treatment program during Wednesday's Beloit City Council meeting. Four options were considered. Option A was the fogging of the city with spray to kill mosquitos. Option B was to treat standing water pools with tablets to kills mosquito larvae. Option C was a combination of Option A and B. Option D was to do nothing.
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BELOIT – Earlier this week Gov. Kelly announced she will sign an Executive Order requiring the majority of Kansans to wear a mask while in a public space. The Executive Order is intended to go into effect on July 3rd, 2020 at 12:01 a.m. The Mitchell County Health Department, has received many questions and concerns in regards to how this will affect the community. Although the Executive Order was announced on Monday, it was not released until today, Thursday morning and their staff will be working today to review the order and gain further understanding. Additionally, the Mitchell County Board of Health and the County Commissioners are also expected to address the Executive Order next week.
Bennett Clausen, (solo right) son of Dana and Ashley Clausen, Glen Elder, turned 7 years old in March.
TOPEKA – After several outbreaks have occurred in the state of Kansas and the amount of confirmed COVID-19 cases recently increased by 905 to a total of 14,443 cases, and 270 deaths, Gov.