Friday, November 27, 2020

COVID-19 Kills Christmas In Kansas

Bigger disappointment lies ahead this holiday season. Here's a glimpse at how this Kansas town copes with the death of their traditions in 2020.

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Tiny Kansas town cancels Christmas tradition as Covid upturns rural life

It's barely a town any more, battered by time on the windswept prairie of north-west Kansas. Covid-19 still managed to find Norcatur. Not much remains of the rural hamlet, save for a service station, a grain elevator, a little museum and a weekend hangout where the locals play pool, eat pizza and drink beer.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

You mean the progressive ideological fervor has reached small town KS. Mayor Lyon is a registered Dem and enthusiast of granny guv. Things that make you go hmm.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- KERNEL CORNY

Q: Why didn't the grain elevator go to the basement?


A: He thought it was beneath him!!!

Anonymous said...

Too damned many selfish "Deniers" for this crap to ever go away!

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO
Kansas City's Power and Light District, May, 2021.

Anonymous said...

Several advantages......No BLM bs, no taggers, no "protests", no ebonics, low murder rate, no Quinton, Cleaver, fat revs, MLK bs.

Not all bad.

Anonymous said...

Another rural Northwestern Kansas community had turned their Christmas celebration into a drag queen red carpet show. When the town leader$ have confused kid$, dat shit happens to Plea$e Ritchie Riche$.