Gov. Laura Kelly said Wednesday shell dispatch her lieutenant governor to a dozen small cities across the state in hopes of crafting a plan to aid rural areas.
Kelly created the Office of Rural Prosperity and named Lt. Gov. Lynn Rogers to head it in January soon after taking office.
Rogers will travel to 12 rural communities this summer to listen to Kansans and develop long-term, sustainable solutions to problems that have spurred decades of population decline in all but a handful of the states 105 counties.
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