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March 02nd, 2021

====Black Legacy 2021 Special Edition====

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====Southwest Living Mar.1, 2021 Pt.-2====

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    L&T staff report
    The Liberal Recreation Department is hosting the Leprechaun Challenge Saturday, March 13, at Willow Tree Golf Course.
    Registration will start at 12:30 p.m., and the run will begin at 1 p.m.
    The cost is a free will donation, and the person wearing the most green wins a prize.


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kitchen handwashingSpecial to the Leader & Times


While it may seem as though some health precautions have changed during the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, one truth has remained intact.

Food and food packaging is safe from the virus.

“Throughout this pandemic, neither food nor any food packaging has been linked to any COVID-19 illness,” said Karen Blakeslee, a food scientist with Kansas State University.

Blakeslee cited a Feb. 18 report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture indicating that of the more than 100 million cases of COVID-19 in the U.S., “we have not seen any epidemiological evidence of food or food packaging as the sources of SARS-CoV-2 transmission to humans.”

“Food business operations,” the report notes, “continue to produce a steady supply of safe food following current Good Manufacturing Practices and preventive controls, focusing on good hygiene practices and keeping workers safe.”

The report highlights an important fact that consumers play an important role in maintaining the safety of food, especially foods being delivered to others. Even if the risk of transferring COVID-19 on food packaging is low, those who deliver or prepare food must continue to adhere to accepted food safety practices.

Among the most important is also one that is well known: Washing your hands.

shelter article new 2 sept=====Feb. 25, 2004====

BY: LARRYPHILLIPS, Southwest Daily Times


As she stumbled across the finish line and fell on the old brick street, Liberal's defending International Pancake Day Race champion Cheri Bevis showed a gutsy performance Tuesday to make it two in a row.

Bevis, 27, not only captured the win in the Liberal leg of the 55th running of the historic race, but she also defeated Olney's Andrea Rawlings, 30, who had won earlier in the day in England. Bevis covered the 415-yard course in 1:00.00 to take the international title over Rawlings' 1:05.00.

The weather at the start of the race was somewhat mild compared to the last several years, where sub-freezing temperatures and below-zero wind chill factors punished the runners. At the gun, it was 36 degrees with winds out of the northeast at 14 mph and no gusts. But with the wind at their backs, the women got a quick jump, and it didn't take long for last year's second-place finisher Tina Ward to spring to the front.

====2020 Year in Review Special Feature: 'Kansas in partial shutdown'====

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