It was a bit windy and a bit hot for the first-ever Father's Day Weekend Grill-Off, but that didn't stop three teams from competing.
The Emporia Country Club was a busy place Saturday with the Child Care Providers of Kansas hosting a special fun day for kids in the morning, and a comedian in the evening.
Boy Scout Troop 157 offered a biscuits and gravy breakfast Saturday morning to raise money for high adventure trips this summer.
Comedy for a cause.
A special comedy night benefiting Camp Alexander filled the Granada Theatre Friday night.
The heat is returning.
More summer-like temperatures will settle into the KVOE listening area starting Saturday, with temps reaching the upper 90s and heat indices shooting well over 100.
New details are available in the case of a man's death at 1009 Woodland last month.
60th District Rep. Don Hill offered his thoughts Friday on the 2015 legislative session that ended a week ago.
Father's Day weekend isn't limiting the event list across the area. In fact, just the opposite is happening.