Emporia State University's second -- and last -- presidential finalist also spent all day answering questions.
Dr. Petra Roter, the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh vice chancellor for student affairs, sat through a series of forums Thursday from the campus and community.
Emporia State's Welch Stadium hosted a dozen marching bands from around the area for the 9th annual Marching Band Festival this week.
Emporia citizens are encouraged to attend the second community visioning summit Oct. 26 as part of the Imagine Emporia Together project.
Fundraising continues for major improvements at Strong City Park, and lead organizer Katie Mann says that process is going well.
A project to create a veterans memorial honoring north Lyon County service men and women is taking a step forward.
A lot of demolition work has been taking place at the southeast corner of Seventh and Merchant over the past week.
An effort to pay for a $39 million school complex for USD 251 North Lyon County students has been defeated.
Vektek's prowess in manufacturing clamping equipment was officially rewarded Wednesday as Gov. Sam Brownback formally presented the Emporia company with his Exporter of the Year award.