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Habitat for Humanity accepting applications for 2016 build

The application process is underway for the latest home build courtesy of the Emporia Area Habitat for Humanity.

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Money matters dominate committee talk in Topeka

The House Appropriations Committee has passed a plan to wipe out the state's projected $200 million shortfall for fiscal 2017 beginning in July.

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ESU public forum on concealed carry airs concerns, suggestions for future policies

The topic of concealed carry on college campuses brought students and staff to a public forum Thursday to learn more about the state's new legislation, and what it could mean for Emporia State University.

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Lyon County approves adjustments in fireworks vendor fees

A new fee structure is in effect for fireworks vendors setting up their wares outside the Emporia city limits.

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USD 253 celebrates Challenge Award schools, latest Hopkins Award recipient

Celebrations took place in several Emporia schools Thursday.

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ESU Foundation President candidate number three: Shane Shivley

The final candidate for Emporia State Foundation President was a familiar one for most who attended the public forum Thursday.

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First-ever Greener Living Show planned

Three highlights of Emporia community calendars in years past are combining -- and coming to the Fairgrounds Anderson Building later this month.

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Volunteers needed for Strong City Park project

If all comes together according to plan, brand-new park equipment will be installed at Strong City Park in April.

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