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Mosquito Spraying Begins

Mosquito SprayingCity of Russell crews will begin mosquito spraying Wednesday, July 1. The City typically does its spraying in the evenings. Spraying will continue, as needed, over the coming weeks.

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Governor Laura Kelly Announces Masks Must be Worn Statewide

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly 3-17-20Governor Laura Kelly has announced that she will sign an Executive Order requiring that most Kansans in a public space must wear a mask beginning at 12:01 AM on Friday, July 3.

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State Representative Troy Waymaster Joins Clifford Ag Team as Co-Chair

Bill Clifford and Troy WaymasterClifford for Congress has announced State Representative Troy Waymaster as a co-chairman of Dr. Bill Clifford's agriculture advisory team.

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Fireworks Safety Tips

FireworksFireworks will be permitted to be discharged in the City of Russell on July 3 and July 4 for Independence Weekend starting at 8 AM each day and ending at midnight.

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Meals Delivered to Area Families

Rotary Food Pantry Meals 1Sixty families in Russell County are receiving nutritious, easy-to-cook meals through the Russell County Food Pantry due to the efforts of the Rotary Club of Russell.

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KDHE Issues Reminders for Sports Tournaments, Public Gatherings

CoronavirusThe Kansas Department of Health and Environment, along with local public health, is encouraging people who are attending sporting tournaments to please exercise appropriate prevention measures for COVID-19 as clusters are beginning to develop and potential exposures have occurred.

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Chip Seal Project on US Highway 281 Underway

Chip Seal on 281 6-26-20Kansas Department of Transportation crews are starting a chip seal project on US Highway 281 in Russell County from the west Kansas Highway 18 junction to Luray.

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