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USD 251 talk turns to what's next after K-12 bond is denied

Back in October, USD 251 North Lyon County voters turned down a $39 million construction bond for an all-encompassing K-12 school facility. The details were different, but the result was identical and the final numbers were strikingly similar Tuesday.

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Road repairs underway after last week's flooding rain

Work has started to repair Lyon County roads damaged by flooding last week, according to Assistant County Engineer Jim Brull.

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Bridge work taking place on I-35, KTA

Expect some lane closures in and around Emporia relating to Interstate 35 on Wednesday. Also, expect more bridge work on the Kansas Turnpike near Emporia.

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Moody's downgrades outlook on state highway bonds

Recent revenue "sweeps" from the Kansas Department of Transportation have the attention of the credit rating service Moody's. And not in a good way.

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Purses With A Purpose begins

Area residents are encouraged to take part in a special fundraiser through the United Way of the Flint Hills.

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Dredging work to begin this week at John Redmond Reservoir

Barring some late -- and unforeseen -- issues, dredging should begin this week at the John Redmond Reservoir.

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NRH still struggling with Medicaid reimbursements

Since the state enacted KanCare and added a provision for Medicaid reimbursements, Newman Regional Health has had concerns about those repayments coming back in a timely fashion. Those concerns have not abated.

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Shawnee man arrested for alleged criminal damage in Osage County

Bond has been lowered for a Johnson County man accused of criminal damage at several Osage County businesses.

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