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The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Sunflower County has risen to seven, and one death related to the virus has been confirmed.
Sunflower County officials have confirmed a Friday morning death in the county is likely related to COVID-19.
Several individuals and organizations have been hard at work over the last week, making homemade masks for the medical staff at South Sunflower County Hospital.
After a couple of days of more widespread testing, the number of cases of the novel coronavirus have increased very little in Sunflower County.
There are funds available to the county for road and bridge work and equipment purchases over the next four years, and after Tuesday’s recess meeting, the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors hav

Why some Christians will vote for Trump


Some people, myself included, wonder at the level of support President Trump appears to have from conservative Christians, considering the president’s  unChristian conduct, past and present.

I already had my own ideas, and most of them were supported last week by an article in National Review  my son called  to my attention.



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