The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has issed a reminder that some state lakes continue to be covered by blue-green algae advisories. Miranda Steele of KDHE says the lakes affected are scattered throughout Kansas.
Steele points out that the lakes and their surrounding park areas are still open to visitors...but says that actually coming into contact with lake water is not advised. Nine other lakes are also covered by the advisories. They're listed online at kdheks.gov.