On Oct. 4, the Sedgwick County Health Department (SCHD) COVID-19 testing clinic will relocate to 4115 E. Harry St. in Wichita.
TOPEKA (AP) – Leaders of the Republican-controlled Kansas Legislature on Monday agreed to create a committee to examine the impact of COVID-19 mandates and what they called government overreach, partly in response to Democratic President Joe Biden’s federal vaccine requirements.
LAWRENCE – Researchers at the University of Kansas are aiming to place on the commercial market in early 2022 an in-home, saliva-based testing unit for COVID-19.
TOPEKA (AP) – Kansas hospitals will receive $50 million in federal COVID-19 relief funds for extra pay for nurses to keep them on the job but will be required to report monthly on how many nurses they’ve lost and why under a plan a state task force approved Sept. 10.
TOPEKA – Gov. Laura Kelly is urging a new COVID-19 school safety workgroup to focus on policies that will not only keep Kansas children and staff healthy but in the classroom, after hundreds of infections were reported in school districts across the state.Kelly established the Safer Classroo…
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Thursday is announcing sweeping new federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as 100 million Americans in an all-out effort to increase COVID-19 vaccinations and curb the surging delta variant that is killing thousands each week and jeopardizing …
Derby Public Schools' on-site testing site at the Educational Support Center, 222 E. Madison Ave., is now in operation.The ESC was up and running on Aug. 30, with the district planning to open Carlton and Wineteer as two more testing facilities once it has hired the necessary staff.The on-si…
The Derby Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Sept. 3 at the USD 260 Administrative Center, 1550 E. Walnut Grove Rd.
TOPEKA – With a rise in calls to poison control centers and visits to emergency rooms, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) is urging Kansans not to take the drug ivermectin unless prescribed by a physician.
Entering a new athletic season, the Kansas State High School Activities Association is keeping some of the guidelines from last season in order to maintain a safe environment for high school students.
- KDHE lifts boil water advisory for Derby, Sedgwick County Rural Water District No. 3
- Derby still under advisory as KDHE rescinds boil water order in Wichita
- Derby hosting public STAR bond hearing Oct. 26
- Bullseye Bins sets sights on bringing liquidation deals to Derby
- K-State marching band the right tune for many Derby grads
- Derby BOE candidates introduced to voters at forum
- Derby always the perfect spot for Schott
- Keeping fans fed a priority for Panthers' PAC-man
- Haysville Fall Festival back in full form
- Derby hosts Maize in battle of top AVCTL-I offenses