Total cases in Kansas
(as of Aug. 3)
28,876
Total cases in Harvey County
(as of Aug. 3)
175
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We've had 1,750 people vote in the primary election at poll sites across the county so far today (plus 611 more that did early in-person voting).

There's still time to vote today! Poll sites are open until 7 p.m.
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7 hours ago

Harvey County

It’s Election Day for the primary. Polls open across the county til 7 p.m.Poll sites are open across Harvey County for the primary election! Polling locations are open until 7 p.m. Come vote, get a sticker!

If you want to double-check your poll site before you go, you can do that here: hvco.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=577d7647b65440d4991b0b3404af4412

Results will start to become available after poll sites close. Here's our local results page: results.enr.clarityelections.com/KS/Harvey/104641/web.255599/#/summary
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It’s Election Day for the primary. Polls open across the county til 7 p.m.

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That’s a pretty rad scar on that finger.

Poll sites are open across Harvey County for the primary election! Polling locations are open until 7 p.m. Come vote, get a sticker!

If you want to double-check your poll site before you go, you can do that here: hvco.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=577d7647b65440d4991b0b3404af4412

Results will start to become available after poll sites close. Here's our local results page: results.enr.clarityelections.com/KS/Harvey/104641/web.255599/#/summary
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Poll sites are open across Harvey County for the primary election! Polling locations are open until 7 p.m. Come vote, get a sticker!

If you want to double-check your poll site before you go, you can do that here: https://hvco.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=577d7647b65440d4991b0b3404af4412 

Results will start to become available after poll sites close. Heres our local results page: https://results.enr.clarityelections.com/KS/Harvey/104641/web.255599/#/summary

We have 34 known active cases of COVID-19 in Harvey County.The Harvey County Health Department has confirmed 12 new cases of COVID-19 in Harvey County. The confirmed cases include:

▪️ A female in her 40s. She is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A female in her 40s. She is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A female in her 40s. This case is under investigation.
▪️ A female in her 30s. She is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A female in her 30s. She is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A female between 10-and-19 years old. She is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 50s. He is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 40s. He is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 30s. He is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 20s. He is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 20s. This case is under investigation.
▪️ A male in his 20s. His source of exposure is unknown.

The above individuals are in home isolation. The Health Department will regularly monitor the health of the individuals, as well as follow up on all close contacts.

We have had 175 COVID-19 cases to date, including 169 confirmed and six probable cases. There are 34 known active cases in our county. One individual remains hospitalized.

There have been 3,366 tests for COVID-19 conducted for Harvey County.

Here are the case statistics reported to date by counties adjacent to ours:

🔸 Sedgwick: 4,348 cases (1,466 recovered), 43 deaths
🔸 Reno: 225 cases (197 recovered), 1 death
🔸 Butler: 224 cases (150 recovered)
🔸 McPherson: 141 cases (122 recovered), 1 death
🔸 Marion: 53 cases (44 recovered), 1 death

The best defenses to reduce the spread of COVID-19 are to wash your hands frequently, practice social distance and wear a face mask when social distance can't be maintained. These preventative steps can help protect the health of you, your family and your community.
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We have 34 known active cases of COVID-19 in Harvey County.

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Wait til the fair numbers come.in in a.couple weeks all the idiots not wearing masks

Thanks

23 hours ago

Harvey County

The Harvey County Health Department has confirmed 12 new cases of COVID-19 in Harvey County. The confirmed cases include:

▪️ A female in her 40s. She is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A female in her 40s. She is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A female in her 40s. This case is under investigation.
▪️ A female in her 30s. She is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A female in her 30s. She is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A female between 10-and-19 years old. She is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 50s. He is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 40s. He is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 30s. He is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 20s. He is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 20s. This case is under investigation.
▪️ A male in his 20s. His source of exposure is unknown.

The above individuals are in home isolation. The Health Department will regularly monitor the health of the individuals, as well as follow up on all close contacts.

We have had 175 COVID-19 cases to date, including 169 confirmed and six probable cases. There are 34 known active cases in our county. One individual remains hospitalized.

There have been 3,366 tests for COVID-19 conducted for Harvey County.

Here are the case statistics reported to date by counties adjacent to ours:

🔸 Sedgwick: 4,348 cases (1,466 recovered), 43 deaths
🔸 Reno: 225 cases (197 recovered), 1 death
🔸 Butler: 224 cases (150 recovered)
🔸 McPherson: 141 cases (122 recovered), 1 death
🔸 Marion: 53 cases (44 recovered), 1 death

The best defenses to reduce the spread of COVID-19 are to wash your hands frequently, practice social distance and wear a face mask when social distance can't be maintained. These preventative steps can help protect the health of you, your family and your community.
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The Harvey County Health Department has confirmed 12 new cases of COVID-19 in Harvey County. The confirmed cases include: 

▪️ A female in her 40s. She is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A female in her 40s. She is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A female in her 40s. This case is under investigation.
▪️ A female in her 30s. She is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A female in her 30s. She is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A female between 10-and-19 years old. She is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 50s. He is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 40s. He is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 30s. He is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 20s. He is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 20s. This case is under investigation.
▪️ A male in his 20s. His source of exposure is unknown.

The above individuals are in home isolation. The Health Department will regularly monitor the health of the individuals, as well as follow up on all close contacts.

We have had 175 COVID-19 cases to date, including 169 confirmed and six probable cases. There are 34 known active cases in our county. One individual remains hospitalized.

There have been 3,366 tests for COVID-19 conducted for Harvey County.

Here are the case statistics reported to date by counties adjacent to ours:

🔸 Sedgwick: 4,348 cases (1,466 recovered), 43 deaths
🔸 Reno: 225 cases (197 recovered), 1 death
🔸 Butler: 224 cases (150 recovered)
🔸 McPherson: 141 cases (122 recovered), 1 death
🔸 Marion: 53 cases (44 recovered), 1 death

The best defenses to reduce the spread of COVID-19 are to wash your hands frequently, practice social distance and wear a face mask when social distance cant be maintained. These preventative steps can help protect the health of you, your family and your community.

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With Fairs and community things going on it will only get worse plus people's aren't wearing there mask

Please close schools for nine weeks until we can control this beast.

Fair time!!!!

Right.

Not good

Farm & Food Council meets on Monday, August 3, 4:00PM.

Due to space limitations, contact the health department if you wish to participate by phone.
316-283-1637.
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Early in-person voting for the primary election wrapped up at noon today. We had 611 people come in to vote early. Thanks to all of you that have already cast your ballot in this election.

Poll sites for the primary are open throughout the county Tuesday, Aug. 4 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

If you're unsure of your polling place, you can find it here: hvco.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=577d7647b65440d4991b0b3404af4412

You can also find sample ballots for the primary here: www.hvcoksvote.com/upcoming-elections
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Early in-person voting for the primary election wrapped up at noon today. We had 611 people come in to vote early. Thanks to all of you that have already cast your ballot in this election.

Poll sites for the primary are open throughout the county Tuesday, Aug. 4 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

If youre unsure of your polling place, you can find it here: https://hvco.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=577d7647b65440d4991b0b3404af4412

You can also find sample ballots for the primary here: https://www.hvcoksvote.com/upcoming-elections

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Farm & Food Council meets on Monday, August 3, 4:00PM.

Due to space limitations, contact the health department if you wish to participate by phone.
316-283-1637.
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4 days ago

Harvey County

The Harvey County Health Department has confirmed 10 new cases of COVID-19 in Harvey County. The confirmed cases include:

▪️ A female in her 30s. Her source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A female in her 20s. Her source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A female in her 20s. She is a close contact of a known active case. She has already met recovery criteria.
▪️ A female between 10-and-19 years old. Her source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A male in his 60s. His source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A male in his 50s. His source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A male in his 40s. He is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 20s. This case is under investigation.
▪️ A male between 10-and-19 years old. His source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A male between 10-and-19 years old. He is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.

All of the above individuals are in home isolation. The Health Department will regularly monitor the health of the individuals, as well as follow up on all close contacts.

We have had 163 COVID-19 cases in our county to date, including 157 confirmed and six probable cases. There are 31 known active cases. One individual is hospitalized.

There have been 3,265 tests for COVID-19 conducted for Harvey County.

As of today, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment had confirmed 27,812 COVID-19 cases in the state to date. There have been 292,507 tests for COVID-19 completed in the state.

More local statistics can be found on our website: www.harveycounty.com/covid19stats

Please help reduce the spread of COVID-19 by washing your hands frequently, practicing social distance and wearing a face mask when social distance cannot be maintained.
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The Harvey County Health Department has confirmed 10 new cases of COVID-19 in Harvey County. The confirmed cases include:

▪️ A female in her 30s. Her source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A female in her 20s. Her source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A female in her 20s. She is a close contact of a known active case. She has already met recovery criteria.
▪️ A female between 10-and-19 years old. Her source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A male in his 60s. His source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A male in his 50s. His source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A male in his 40s. He is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 20s. This case is under investigation.
▪️ A male between 10-and-19 years old. His source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A male between 10-and-19 years old. He is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.

All of the above individuals are in home isolation. The Health Department will regularly monitor the health of the individuals, as well as follow up on all close contacts.

We have had 163 COVID-19 cases in our county to date, including 157 confirmed and six probable cases. There are 31 known active cases. One individual is hospitalized.

There have been 3,265 tests for COVID-19 conducted for Harvey County.

As of today, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment had confirmed 27,812 COVID-19 cases in the state to date. There have been 292,507 tests for COVID-19 completed in the state.

More local statistics can be found on our website: https://www.harveycounty.com/covid19stats

Please help reduce the spread of COVID-19 by washing your hands frequently, practicing social distance and wearing a face mask when social distance cannot be maintained.

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How is it effective to have a carnival in town, to flatten the curve? It is highly unlikely that they are properly sanitizing the equipment. Watch in the middle of next week a high case load come through.

7 out of 10 are unknown sources. Aka community spread. Wear your masks, people.

Watch the dates. This week fair, numbers are sure to soar over the next few weeks just in time for school to start. So sad the entire fair with exibits could not happen for fear of Covid but a ctowded tractor pull, demo derby and carnival still went on. Yes I am the "mask natzi" still mouthing .

This is only a beginning due the fact that people were NOT wearing masks or social distancing at the Harvey County Fair Rodeo this weekend. God help us!

25 new cases this week. I wouldn't say we're doing "very well" (or even well).

We need to flattened the curve the cases keep going up please wear a mask and social distance and wash your hands

It’s going to get a lot worse when school starts among high schoolers especially.

Why are we having carnival and fair in the worst numbers of all

Do your part. Wear your mask.

No deaths in harvey?

To celebrate Kielice Holsey's one-year work anniversary, she's the lucky selection for this month's Know Your Deputy video. Kielice is a deputy for our Detention Center. After a few challenges in her youth, Kielice found an interest in helping others navigate through similar situations as a law enforcement officer.

Sheriff Chad Gay talks with Kielice about her pathway into law enforcement (1:42), how past challenges help her in her career now (3:07), and her hobbies - including art, family and Bible journaling (4:28).
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Wish they wouldn’t have cut you off! Thank you for your courage in being transparent about your life and your faith! Much respect!

Love this story and love her she is such an awesome person with a big heart!!!

Glove these segments! Thanks for sharing!

Interesting life story.

Love this...thank you for sharing!

I love this story ❤❤❤

Sway HarveyCommunity Baby Shower
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Hey Mamas! This event is happening and nothing is stopping us this time around. Join us on Tuesday for a Zoom call to learn more about safe sleep, infant nutrition, and the impact of tobacco on littles.
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Anyone who joins and completes both the pre and post surveys are eligible to receive a ton of goodies including a free pack n play! You can pick up your gifts on Saturday morning in a drive thru format at the Health Department. If you can't make that time be sure to give us a call!
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Here is the link to join the Tuesday evening call: zoom.us/j/95536904620?pwd=UVFvNHg4Ukg5bWJrL2RsdTBralJwZz09
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Thank you for your patience! And thank you to everyone who has been apart of planning this event (all 3 times!)!
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#communitybabyshower #community #connection #safesleep #breastfeeding #tobaccocessation #pregnancy #postpartum #motherhood #newtonks #harveycounty #swayharvey
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6 days ago

Harvey County

The Harvey County Health Department has confirmed 10 new cases of COVID-19 in Harvey County. The confirmed cases include:

▪️ A female in her 20s. Her source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A female in her 20s. She had known out-of-state travel.
▪️ A female in her 20s. She is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A female in her 20s. She is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A female in her 20s. She is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 50s. He is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 40s. He was in contact with another individual with COVID-19 in another county.
▪️ A male in his 30s. His source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A male in his 20s. He is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 20s. This case is under investigation.

All of the above individuals are in home isolation. The Health Department will regularly monitor the health of the individuals, as well as follow up on all close contacts.

We have had 153 COVID-19 cases in our county to date, including 147 confirmed and six probable cases. There are 28 known active cases. Two individuals are hospitalized - one individual previously released from hospitalization has been readmitted.

There have been 3,176 tests for COVID-19 conducted for Harvey County.

As of today, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment had confirmed 26,870 COVID-19 cases in the state to date, including 1,700 hospitalizations and 349 deaths. There have been 284,949 tests for COVID-19 completed in the state.

More local statistics can be found on our website: www.harveycounty.com/covid19stats

Please help reduce the spread of COVID-19 by washing your hands frequently, practicing social distance and wearing a face mask when social distance cannot be maintained.
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The Harvey County Health Department has confirmed 10 new cases of COVID-19 in Harvey County. The confirmed cases include:

▪️ A female in her 20s. Her source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A female in her 20s. She had known out-of-state travel.
▪️ A female in her 20s. She is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A female in her 20s. She is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A female in her 20s. She is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 50s. He is a close contact in the family unit of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 40s. He was in contact with another individual with COVID-19 in another county.
▪️ A male in his 30s. His source of exposure is unknown.
▪️ A male in his 20s. He is a close contact of a known active case.
▪️ A male in his 20s. This case is under investigation.

All of the above individuals are in home isolation. The Health Department will regularly monitor the health of the individuals, as well as follow up on all close contacts.

We have had 153 COVID-19 cases in our county to date, including 147 confirmed and six probable cases. There are 28 known active cases. Two individuals are hospitalized - one individual previously released from hospitalization has been readmitted.

There have been 3,176 tests for COVID-19 conducted for Harvey County.

As of today, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment had confirmed 26,870 COVID-19 cases in the state to date, including 1,700 hospitalizations and 349 deaths. There have been 284,949 tests for COVID-19 completed in the state.

More local statistics can be found on our website: https://www.harveycounty.com/covid19stats 

Please help reduce the spread of COVID-19 by washing your hands frequently, practicing social distance and wearing a face mask when social distance cannot be maintained.

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2 people in the hospital. Still sounds like the flu and pneumonia are worse. But no one cares about that.

Those 20 year olds sound they had a good party 😆

Makes sense about the 20 yr olds. They think they're gonna live forever and to heck w everything else!

Curious, are any of these positives people who get retested to determine if they still have it?

Wonder how many increases we'll see through the weekend from the fair?? Hmmm.???

It took my Son 3 wks to get test results back from Health Ministries and another person took 3 days. That's nuts! He had a bad cold and tested negative, thank God!

Regarding Newton public schools and the flexible schedule, has the Health Department publicized the criteria they will use to determine when to move from remote to hybrid to full in person school?

Wonder how many people they infected at there jobs...is it not required the employers notify other employees or people they have been around at there jobs of the positive results?

I wished this thing would just go away for good

It's getting worse too.

Bryce Hansen

Share with your friends...remind them to wear masks.

Harvey County
We really appreciate everyone stepping up to help keep our communities safe as we reduce the spread of COVID-19. Wearing a face mask is an important piece to that, but it's a new one to most of us.

Several local medical professionals in Harvey County helped us provide more insight on face masks. They're going over the right way to put on or take off a face mask, how to properly take care of a face mask, and why face masks are so important right now.

A big thank you to all the local medical professionals and organizations that helped with this:

- Dr. Robyn Hartvickson, Axtell Clinic
- Dr. Timothy Wiens, Health Ministries Clinic, Inc.
- Dr. Alyssa Watkins, Cottonwood Pediatrics
- Dr. Brooke Dunlavy, Axtell Clinic
- Dr. Aron Fast, Partners in Family Care
- Dr. Jennifer Koontz, Newton Medical Center

And again, thank you to all of you doing your part to keep yourself, your loved ones and your community healthy.
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Everyone...take a look, then share with friends!

Harvey County
We really appreciate everyone stepping up to help keep our communities safe as we reduce the spread of COVID-19. Wearing a face mask is an important piece to that, but it's a new one to most of us.

Several local medical professionals in Harvey County helped us provide more insight on face masks. They're going over the right way to put on or take off a face mask, how to properly take care of a face mask, and why face masks are so important right now.

A big thank you to all the local medical professionals and organizations that helped with this:

- Dr. Robyn Hartvickson, Axtell Clinic
- Dr. Timothy Wiens, Health Ministries Clinic, Inc.
- Dr. Alyssa Watkins, Cottonwood Pediatrics
- Dr. Brooke Dunlavy, Axtell Clinic
- Dr. Aron Fast, Partners in Family Care
- Dr. Jennifer Koontz, Newton Medical Center

And again, thank you to all of you doing your part to keep yourself, your loved ones and your community healthy.
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1 week ago

Harvey County Sheriff's Office

Emergency responders are working a two-vehicle, one-fatality accident in Harvey County, south of Newton.

An SUV was traveling northbound in the 5600 block of South Kansas Avenue late this morning when the vehicle rear-ended a semi truck as the semi was making a delivery to a home.

The driver of the SUV, a woman in her mid-30s, was pronounced dead at the scene. Identification of the victim will be made available at a later time, pending notification of family. Our thoughts are with the individual's family.

Traffic is currently closed in both directions of South Kansas Avenue. We ask that you please avoid this area as emergency responders continue to work the scene into the afternoon.
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As of 5:30 p.m., South Kansas Avenue is back open to traffic. Thank you for your patience as emergency responders worked on scene today. Again, our condolences to the victim and her loved ones.

Thoughts and prayers to all involved... prayers for the first responders as well. This is the 2nd fatality in less then 24 hours. That cant be easy to deal with..

Semi driver should be held accountable. No reflectors or cones and was parked in the middle of a four lane highway. They deliver to the same place in the same style every time. Parking in the middle of a four lane highway for anyone else is illegal and the driver of a normal vehicle would have been arrested on the spot. This lady was loved in our community and didn't deserve this.

Prayers for the family of the loved one lost. 🙏🙏🙏😢 Prayers and support for all the first responders.🙏🇺🇸🇺🇸🙏🙏🙏👍

Praying for this family, the other driver and our first responders. A terribly sad and difficult day.

Most of the comments don’t know the law. Perfectly legal when making a delivery. His 4 way flashers were on. Accidents happen. Not paying attention when driving. Sad situation. But be careful where you put the blame when you don’t know all the facts.

That semi truck 🚛 didn’t need to be parked there he definitely need to be giving a ticket for illegal parking. My thoughts 💭.

Thank you all for your prayers. That was my daughter.

This picture was also taken while her body was still inside. I am absulutely disgusted right now.

Hearing the news of my friend was devastating. I really didn't wanna see a picture of it blasted all over facebook. Kinda distasteful to show that. 😭

how did she not see that truck??

Prayers for family and friends of the victim. 🙏🙏🙏🙏♥️♥️♥️♥️

Prayers for all involved 🙏🙏

Peace and prayers for this family🙏

Diana Baker my heart goes out to you. My prayers and thoughts are with you. God bless you and the rest of her family.

I can't even right now..... RIP girl, hug my mom for me....

Prayers for Aimee's 4 children, family and friends. 🙏

Praying for the family!

Prayers for family. So sad.

Prayers for all involved!!🙏

Prayers to her and her family💜💜💜🙏💜💜💜

So sorry to hear about this.

I’m going to miss you so much 😔❤️

Prayers to everyone involved.

So sad sorry for the family's loss prayers your way

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Nearly 35,000 residents call Harvey County home. The county landscape pairs picturesque country living with vibrant downtown shopping centers. Harvey County serves the cities of Burrton, Halstead, Hesston, Newton, North Newton, Sedgwick, and Walton, as well as 15 townships.

Harvey County is home to a bustling airport and train service, innovative economic leaders, sprawling parks, and welcoming school districts. Food and entertainment opportunities abound, with even more amenities within a short driving distance to our friendly neighboring counties.

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