News (15535)

The fifth round of flooding in the KVOE listening area is currently underway.

Emporia Main Street Director Casey Woods updated listeners on the happenings at Main Street during KVOE's Talk of Emporia Friday.

More details are coming to light surrounding a possible vandalism case at the All Veterans Memorial.

A train derailment resulted in damages to an Emporia street Friday.

Drivers are needed to assist the North Central Flinthills Area Agency on Aging RSVP program.

Independence Day was honored by the Emporia Senior Center (ESC) with their event, the 'Olde Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration' at the park.

Soggy grounds didn't deter people from attending the Emporia Municipal Band's Fourth of July concert on Thursday night.

Suffice it to say, Emporia City Manager Mark McAnarney is pleased with how the city's annual fireworks show went Thursday night.

Several road or bridge construction projects have recently been approved by the Kansas Department of Transportation.

With Kansas agriculture suffering repeated blows this spring and summer due to flooding and other severe weather, an emergency grant package has been announced by Farm Aid, Kansas Farmers Union and National Farmers Union.

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