Friday March 20, 2020
Osawatomie Chamber of Commerce
Be sure to contact us with your news, specials and events!
Executive Director: Hitomi Lamirande
509 5th Street, PO Box 63
Phone: (913) 755-4114 or E-Mail:
Think Local, Shop Local, Keep it Local

With COVID-19 taking it's toll on our community events, I have instead listed below Osawatomie Business Operations (that I know of). If you would like me to include any information about your business hours or changes in services, please feel free to call (leave a voicemail) or e-mail. I will be checking both frequently throughout the day.

ALSO!! If you could complete the form the county is compiling of businesses and their that would be AWESOME. I did it for both the Chamber & the Flower Shop and it takes all of two seconds and is SUPER HELPFUL!!

Please understand why all of these precautions are being implemented.
We are doing this because we care for our loved ones, for our neighbors, for our friends, for our schools, for our community and for each other.

And, though times are tough, Keep Smiling!
Smiles are also contagious and much safer to catch and pass on!

Miami County Businesses Covid-19 Response Updates : A list of local businesses and the changes they are making to respond to the COVID - 19. To add your business to this list visit The list will be updated as businesses submit their information, some additions may be delayed overnight or over the weekends. 


After careful consideration, Auten Pharmacy has made the decision to suspend ALL WALK-IN patient access to the pharmacy. We will continue to be OPEN our normal business hours to provide Drive-thru & Delivery services.

  • Pick up will be available by Drive-Thru and parking lot pick-up.

  • Please call ahead with refill requests and before pick-up to ensure all items are ready when you arrive.

  • We are offering FREE extended delivery services for prescription medications and over-the-counter items.

  • We can accept payment over the phone for all purchased items.

  • Please be patient as we all adjust to the coming transitions. Taking care of our community and the people in it is our TOP priority. Thank You for your understanding.

  • Stay Healthy…. And Wash Your Hands. 
At Barden Family Dentistry, our main goal has always been to protect the health of our patients, our team, and our community. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re closing the office for all elective dental treatment until April 6th. We will be in contact with you as soon as we learn more. Here are some details you should know:
Many dental procedures can be postponed a couple of weeks, others cannot. If you have a dental emergency, please contact us and we’ll take care of you. If you’re in pain, have a broken tooth or an abscess, please first call our office 913-755-3014 to see if someone is available. If you are unable to reach us, you can call or text our emergency line at 913-738-7555. We will get back with you as soon as possible. If you are unsure whether something can wait, please reach out to us and leave a message with one of the phone numbers listed and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible. Please reach out to us before going to the emergency room for tooth pain or discomfort! We are here for you and we don't want you to hesitate by thinking you will "bother" us. We assure you we are happy to help and looking forward to talking to someone different!

If you have essential ongoing treatment with us, we will keep you on the schedule or re-appoint your treatment as needed. Our online practice portal is always open. You can log in at  to look up past appointments and access our office forms and documents.

We wish you all good health. Please know that we will get through this together!

Business as usual.

Business as usual. The only exception is they will not be serving subs and they will have to hand you anything that was once self-serving (i.e. pizza warmers).

Business as usual.
CHINA RESTAURANT - 1230 6th Street (913) 755-4460:

We are now only having Take-out and Delivery services. We apologize for the inconvenience. Thanks for your support. Stay safe and healthy.
CHRIS' CAFE - 537 Main Street - (913) 256-6012

During the next few weeks in addition to having breakfast and lunch, Chris’ Cafe will be offering dinner for pick up between 4 and 6 p.m. or we can deliver between 2:30 and 3:30 p.m. We have a set menu for every day. If you want to order a dinner, please let us know by 2 p.m. the prior day. Monday orders must be placed by 2:30 on Saturday. To order, call us and pay by phone 913-256-6012.

Monday, March 23rd: Orange Chicken
Tuesday, March 24th: Chicken Fried Steak
Wednesday, March 25th: Tuscan Chicken
Thursday, March 26th: Double Grilled Cheese Burger
Friday, March 27th: Shrimp

Effective immediately, the following public facilities will be closed until April 3rd, 2020:
  • City Offices (Utility, HR Offices)
  • Municipal Auditorium
  • Memorial Hall
  • Old Stone Church
  • Osawatomie Public Library
  • John Brown Cabin
  • Camping in the Park & City Lake
  • Chamber Office

While there have been ZERO confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Miami County, we are closing these high-traffic locations out of an abundance of caution and at the recommendation of local, state, and federal health departments to limit social gatherings of more than 50 people.

We'll continue to post COVID-19 updates here on our website and Facebook page as more information becomes available in the coming days and weeks.
If you have questions about these closures, please call our utilities office at 913-755-2146.

THE OSAWATOMIE SENIOR CENTER IS NOW CLOSED FOR CONGREGATE MEALS. TRANSPORTATION IS RUNNING AS USUAL FOR THE TIME BEING. Meals are still being delivered to home bound and meals are available for pick up if you have ordered. Contact Shanna for the meals. 755-2443 Carol for Transportation 755 4786 We are cleaning vehicles and sanitizing to be safe. Thanks everyone for being patient through this trying time. BE SAFE !!!

Well folks with a heavy heart we are now having to close our doors temporarily. Effective immediately Cookie's is closed. The current Miami County guideline is a minimum of 7 days but will probably go til April 1st like everywhere else. Please stayed tuned for the most up to date information as to when we will be re-opening. We are so very greatly for our loyal customers without you we would not exist, and we look forward to seeing and serving you all very soon! Stay healthy and safe!

Business as usual.

Business as usual.

Business as usual.

Due to recent recommendations from the Kansas Board of Optometry and CDC, Eyecare Associates of Osawatomie is currently suspending and rescheduling all routine eyecare visits through at least April 3.  We will continue to be available for ocular urgencies and emergencies. 

This is not a decision made lightly but we are doing our part to minimize social contact in hopes to protect our patients, staff and community.  If you have an upcoming appointment, a staff member will contact you soon.

We will maintain office hours for the time being to allow patients to order and pickup glasses and contact lenses as needed. We are asking if you do need to come by the office that you do so alone or with only one other person if necessary. We are available by telephone to schedule and reschedule appointments and order contact lenses. We will also continue to post updates on our Facebook page. Thank you for your understanding as this situation evolves.  

If you are experiencing an urgent eyecare need such as sudden vision change/vision loss, eye pain or injury, red eye, flashes or floaters in vision, broken or lost glasses, please do not hesitate to call us as we are seeing patients on a limited basis for those urgent needs. Do NOT visit the emergency room for these needs, we can take care of them in the office.

Lastly, we wish you good health in the coming weeks and look forward to seeing you all again soon. We appreciate your decision to do business with us and look forward to continuing to do so.  Please continue to support all of our local businesses in the coming months - together we will persevere! 

In following the state and CDC recommendations on social distancing, effective Thursday, March 19, our management team has decided to temporarily close our lobbies to the public as a precautionary measure to limit the spread of COVID-19. Until further notice, we will provide drive-thru service only at all our branch locations.   

We are currently still open and accepting orders. To limit the amount of people in the store, we recommend calling, e-mail or website orders. We are currently delivering to places that will accept deliveries, so please be sure ahead of time that the place we are delivering to is accepting orders.

The well-being of our customers, associates, and communities is our highest priority at Landmark National Bank. We know you may have concerns over the uncertainty that surrounds COVID-19. We want to assure you that we are committed to maintaining a high level of service to customers during this time. We are closely monitoring guidance from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and the Centers for Disease Control, and will respond appropriately as the situation changes.  Effective Tuesday, March 17, our lobbies will be open Monday-Friday BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.  Drive thru will still operate with normal hours.

Due to COVID-19 the OZone will be closed beginning Monday, March 16 – 20th. We will post an update for after the 20th on Wednesday or Thursday. Please check our website for updates.

Business as usual.

Orders can be place via phone or e-mail. They will make arrangements to deliver your sign to you. Please call them at (913) 755-4474.

Business as usual.

We are taking steps to make sure we can continue to serve you and maintain the health and safety of our associates as our nation deals with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Connecting with us.  Customers may contact State Farm:
   • Through our  mobile app  or
   • By  phone
   • Via a State Farm agent. Most agent offices remain open and agents are also available by phone or email.

Mobile enablement.  If you haven’t already done so, we also encourage you to set up an online account and download our mobile app to help you:
   • manage policies and accounts
   • pay a bill
   • file and track a claim
   • connect with us
…and much more ( State Farm Mobile Experience ).

Protecting our associates.  Many State Farm employees have been asked to work from home and we are taking steps to practice social distancing and deep cleaning within all of our facilities. These changes have required adjustments for us and we appreciate your patience as you may experience higher than usual hold times when contacting us.

We will communicate with you regularly and invite you to follow the latest on our response via the  Newsroom .

Thank you for choosing State Farm. We are proud to be your good neighbor and know we will move through this challenging situation together.
Did You Know?

Be sure to count everyone who lives in your home on your 2020 Census form.

This includes babies and young children, who are often missed in the census. Not counting newborn babies and children impacts support for programs such as children’s health insurance, hospitals, childcare, food assistance, schools, and early childhood development. It is important to count all the babies and children in your home, even if they aren’t related to you or are only staying with you temporarily.

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