Tag: Finney County

FINNEY COUNTY WILL FOLLOW STATE OF KANSAS VACCINATION PLAN

As the state of Kansas unveils their phased plan for distribution of COVID19 vaccinations in Kansas, the Finney County Health Department continues to work closely with theKansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) to determine the process of vaccine distributionin Finney County.“We will follow KDHE’s lead in distribution to determine […]

FINNEY COUNTY PARTNERS TO OPEN REMOTE LEARNING CENTER

Finney County has partnered with the Turning Point Church of the Nazarene toopen a remote learning center that will provide access to and assistance with distance learning forchildren of front-line employees. This partnership was made possible by the SPARK grant and thesupport of the Finney County Health Department.At this time, […]

Advance Voting Available

Finney County voters can cast their ballots in advance of the August 4 primary election. The Finney County Clerk and Election Office are providing the service through Saturday, August 1. The service is available Monday through Friday, 9 am to 4 pm. Extended hours are being provided on July 22 […]

ICYMI: Top Five Posts July 11-17

Here are the top 5 posts from this week on Greater Garden City! We’ve had a few older stories make a comeback 😉 FINNEY COUNTY WILDWOOD PARK OPENS TO THE PUBLIC Forged in Elkhart: Local blacksmith to make TV debut GCHS Hospitality Program Named To Sullivan University’s High School Programs […]

Tyson: We’re not going anywhere

Noel White, Tyson Foods President and CEO, addresses the media and community members during a press conference Wednesday in Garden City to provide an update about recovery efforts following the weekend fire at the Holcomb Tyson plant. By SCOTT AUST Director of Communications FINNEY COUNTY — Tyson Foods officials had […]

Community, elected officials rally around Tyson

Congressman Roger Marshall, left, looks on as Sen. Jerry Moran speaks during a meeting Tuesday to recognize the efforts of first responders during last weekend’s fire at the Tyson Fresh Meats plant in Holcomb. By SCOTT AUST Director of Communications/Finney County Economic Development Nearly 50 people filled the second floor […]