For three years, the Sunflower State has been dry — drought dry. The lack of moisture has taken a toll on agriculture across the board. From crops to cattle, living creatures need water, and that has been scarce.
Nothing unusual. That is how Ellsworth County Medical Center Chief Exeutive Officer Jim Kirkbride described the current state of seasonal illnesses in Ellsworth County during a report at the Dec. 20 hospital board meeting.