TOKEKA, Kan. - The Adjutant General's Office said Allen County authorities found a body in Iola Sunday morning. It's believed the person, identified as Zane Forbis-Burgart, 23, was inner tubing when it happened.
Shelters for people displaced by flooding in Reno County on Sunday were opened at Trinity United Methodist Church and Our Lady of Guadalupe in Hutchinson. Twelve people were sheltered overnight at Trinity United Methodist and 13 stayed at Our Lady of Guadalupe. The Elmwood Care Facility and Dillon Living Center in Hutchinson were evacuated Sunday because of flood waters in the facilities. Some of the residents are being sheltered at the Hutchinson Regional Medical Facility and others are in the church shelters, where they are expected to remain for at least a week.
In Rice County, Cow Creek remains high and is still flooding in areas. South of the city of Lyons, flooding has resulted in K-14 highway remaining closed.