Daily Archives: May 5, 2020

Sumner Newscow weekly poll: The Governor Kelly reopening question







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Four-phase graph on what can and what can’t be open during the reopening process

Sumner Newscow report — The following is the best graph we have seen that displays what is and what can’t be open in Kansas during the four-phase reopening process.

Governor’s Kansas Reopening Plan
Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4
May 4 – May 18 May 19 – Jun 1 Jun 2 – Jun 15 Jun 16 – Jun 30
Gatherings 10 max. 30 max. 90 max. TBD
Restaurants  Open, 10 per table, tables 6 ft. apart, no max.
Casinos Closed Open Open Open
Gyms Closed Open Open Open
Barbers/Salons Closed Open Open Open
Tattoo/Massage Closed Open Open Open
Community Center Closed Closed Open Open
Big Venues Closed Closed Open Open
Fairs Closed Closed Open Open
Graduations  Closed Closed Open Open
Pools Closed Open Open Open
Organized sports Closed Open Open Open
Overnight summer camps Closed Closed Open Open
Licenced Daycare Camps Open Open Open Open
Bars/Clubs (drink only) Closed 50% capacity Open Open
K-12/ higher education Closed Closed Closed Closed
Community Center/Libraries Closed Open Open Open
Hospital care (elected) Open, up to practitioners
Dentist and other care Open, up to practitioners
Unless specified by Exec. Order Open Open Open Open
Masks not required, suggested.
County plans may be more restrictive.

Wellington Police Notes: Monday, May 4, 2020

Wellington Police notes: Monday, May 4, 2020

Lettie Robson, 62, Wellington: January 16, 1958 – May 1, 2020

Lettie Robson

It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of our daughter and sister Lettie L. Robson on May 1, 2020. She was 62.

Lettie lived for a time in Denver, Colo. and later moved to Phoenix, AZ where she had a growing business in interior design and faux finishing until injuries from an accident forced her to close her company. It was then that she became a guidance counselor and teacher. Due to her declining health and wanting to support her mother, Lettie moved back to Wellington.

Though her health continued to decline, she pursued her work as a teacher, counselor, and mentor. As her physical strength declined, her mental and spiritual growth continued. She took delight in her hobbies, painting, crafting, gardening, and decorating to celebrate the holidays. For all her physical frailty, she was our rock as well as a daughter, a sister, and a friend.  She will be sorely missed.

Sumner County Commissioner Minutes: April 27 and April 28, 2020

April 27, 2020  9:00 a.m.

The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session in the Commission Room of the Sumner County Courthouse.  Those present were Chairman John Cooney, Commissioner Steve Warner, and Commissioner Jim Newell.  Also present were County Clerk Debra A. Norris and 80th District House Representative Bill Rhiley.

The Commission reviewed and unanimously approved the minutes of April 20 and 21.

At 9:30 a.m., upon unanimous vote, the Commission entered into executive session for 10 minutes with Information Technology Director Joe Buresh to discuss non-elected personnel.  At 9:40 a.m., the Commission reconvened in open session.  Chairman Cooney advised no binding action was taken as a result of the executive session.

Director Buresh also discussed storage issues with the Commission, for new purchases and machines designated for e-waste.  After the discussion, the Commission advised the need to review the excess storage areas at the Santa Fe Building.  Additional discussion included future technology plans for the County.

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