Archived Editions 2020 Archived Editions April 2 - Online Edition

April 2 – Online Edition

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The coronavirus continues to spread, resulting in three confirmed cases in Osage County and a stay home order, but in the midst of it all, people in two different local communities found ways to safely share smiles, laughter and fun. Read about the stay home order, the local coronavirus cases, Burlingame’s cruise night and Osage City High School seniors’ work to bring joy to seniors in area nursing homes in this week’s edition of The Herald-Chronicle, online now.
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