Emporia residents are calling the Police Department after receiving scam calls. And once again, the caller is representing himself as an employee of the Internal Revenue Service.
For the seventh straight semester, Emporia State is seeing enrollment growth.
A rural Emporia couple has been honored by the Flint Hills Discovery Center with its annual Friends of the Flint Hills award.
The North Lyon County School Board is holding a special meeting Monday evening.
Beginning for the May cycle, the state Division of Vehicles will stop sending renewal letters to residents, and instead replace them with postcards.
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The Hartford High government team that finished second in the state "We the People" contest about the Constitution, Declaration of Independence and citizenship has met two more fundraising goals to actually get to Washington, D.C. to compete in the contest.
The length of the agenda directly correlated to the length of the Emporia city commission meeting Wednesday.