The KVOE listening area got dumped on Monday evening as heavy rain trekked its way across eastern Kansas, causing numerous flooding problems and wind damage in other parts of the state.
The Emporia Public Library has quite a few programs planned for the immediate future and further down the road.
This is the time of year where the orange-and-white road construction barrels get a lot of use, and City Engineer Jerry Menefee says they could be out in force more so than normal the rest of this summer.
Lyon County Road and bridge administrators are watching the forecast closely because their crews aren't totally done fixing roads from flooding in May.
Fireworks complaints were mostly on the low end this year, but there was still a notable amount.
The Emporia man who pleaded no contest to battering his wife after a series of domestic violence calls to his address this winter will be sentenced Tuesday.
Weather permitting, KDOT plans to start a chip seal project for a significant part of Kansas Highway 68 on Tuesday.