The Flint Hills Technical College Foundation's annual auction is Friday night.
Foundation Director Mike Crouch says the auction list is long and varied.
Emporia State University has chosen its next dean of the Liberal Arts and Sciences college.
One person was hospitalized after a pickup-semi accident in southern Greenwood County on Wednesday.
Simmons Pet Food is expanding.
The pet food processing complex in southeast Emporia is adding to its canning line as part of what it calls a multi-million-dollar expansion.
In a week, state lawmakers will return to Topeka to finish out the 2014 session.
The main piece of business -- really, just about the only piece of business -- is settling the overall budget.
The fifth-annual SOS Child Abuse Prevention Summit brought the difficult topic of child abuse up for discussion at Flint Hills Technical College Wednesday.
The annual Stamp Out Hunger drive is coming May 10. Letter carrier Janet Way, a recent Newsmaker guest, said the concept is simple: on May 10, leave nonperishable food items by your mailbox, and your local letter carriers will pick them up.
City commissioners had a lengthy study session Wednesday, dedicating most of that time to a planning and zoning workshop.