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Fifty-six confirmed cases have been reported to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment as of June 11, compared to 52 confirmed cases for all of 2011...Vaccination is an effective way to prevent the spread of pertussis. Pertussis vaccines are
Participating pharmacies To find your nearest participating pharmacy, go to http://bit.ly/NrlrFm. Kansas Medication Disposal Program, go to http://1.usa.gov/LLjGP4. Kansans now have 44 locations where they can dispose of old and unused medications.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment said Friday that dangerous levels of bacteria have been detected in the Arkansas River, and the agency is advising people to have no contact with river water between the Lincoln Street Dam in Wichita
Northern contends wells drilled in the region by other producers are drawing storage gas away from its field...A lawsuit against several independent producers forced the shutdown of more than two dozen gas wells located up to seven miles from the
Buhler community about cancer cluster No one can accuse Buhler city and Buhler school district officials of not doing their due diligence...They took them, instead, to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. Cancer rates actually are lower
State officials haves issued an emergency suspension of operations for a Beloit day care center pending an investigation into allegations that a 9-year-old boy was slapped in the head, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment announced Monday.
Buhler check clarified Buhler city leaders on Tuesday explained the process state officials will take to determine whether the community's cancer rate warrants further investigation. Mayor Daniel Friesen made a short presentation at the Buhler City
On Thursday Brona LaForce, a retired third grade teacher at Buhler Grade School and breast cancer survivor, received a call from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment...LaForce had that phone call in mind as she listened to a presentation
The Augusta City Council received some outstanding news Monday night. After meeting with bond underwriter Piper Jaffray, the city anticipated saving a little over a quarter of a million dollars over the next nine years by refinancing two series of
State health officials have been investigating a strong scent of gasoline in a southeast Kansas town. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says it's trying to determine the cause of the odor in Lebo (LEE'-bow). Coffey County emergency