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Kansas has its first presumptive positive case of the novel coronavirus, Governor Laura Kelly announced in a press conference Saturday.
The woman who tested positive is a Johnson County Resident under the age of 50. She is in home isolation per CDC guidance, Kelly said.
Kansas Congressman Dr. Roger Marshall is pleased to see President Trump continue to be proactive with regard to the coronavirus threat that right now is still mostly overseas.
HUTCHINSON, Kan. — Kansas Congressman Dr. Roger Marshall is pleased to see President Trump continue to be proactive with regard to the coronavirus threat that right now is still mostly overseas.
Rep. Roger Marshall announced the launch of the Congressional Pet Caucus Thursday.
The Pet Caucus is a bipartisan institution Rep. Marshall worked on with democratic Congresswoman Angie Craig (D-MN). It will focus on legislation supporting pet ownership and the well-being of pet animals.
Farmers and ranchers from across Kansas gathered in Manhattan Feb. 7-9 for the annual Young Farmers and Ranchers (YF&R) leaders conference. More than 575 attended the three-day Kansas Farm Bureau conference designed to maximize efficiency on family farming operations.
WASHINGTON (KWCH) - Moments after the U.S. Senate voted along party lines to acquit President Donald Trump on two articles of impeachment, those who represent Kansas in Washington, D.C. responded to the trial's outcome.
This week, the National Sorghum Producers (NSP) awarded U.S. Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D., with the Sorghum Congressional Award for 2019, the organization’s top honor for individuals who work diligently for the sorghum producers they represent and for achievements in creating and implementing farm policies that benefit sorghum farmers around the country.
On Wednesday, at the invitation of President Donald J. Trump, Kansas First District Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D., attended the official White House ceremony for the signing of the USMCA trade agreement. Canada and Mexico are the United States’ two single-largest trading partners.
President Donald Trump signed the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement on Wednesday at the White House. In December, Mexico ratified the agreement; however, Canada has not done so. The opening of the dairy market between the U.S. and Canada has led to division in Canada.
Kansas farmers have varied reactions to the agreement; however, most are relieved.
U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall visited Western Plains Medical Complex on Jan. 22 and answered questions presented by attendees.
Marshall currently serves Kansas’ 1st Congressional District.
Marshall opened first, by talking about what he perceived to be the biggest news: agriculture in Kansas.