Medicine Shoppe had a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new location Wednesday.
The store at 1400 West 12th has been open for around a month, and pharmacist and owner Amber Haag says business is off to a good start.
One juvenile has been arrested for alleged threats near the end of the school day Tuesday near Emporia High School.
Wednesday is Winter Weather Awareness Day, a day where the National Weather Service urges residents statewide to prepare for winter.
Meteorologist Audra Hennecke says winter readiness is vital behind the wheel. This means having a vehicle emergency kit.
Lyon County commissioners have an action meeting Thursday.
Commissioners will consider approving a purchase of 20 Tasers for the Sheriff's Office. Estimated price for the new equipment is a little over $24,000.
People who joined KanCare back in January can take part in an open enrollment period soon.
Open enrollment runs from Dec. 1 to March 2.
Albert Taylor Hall was packed on Tuesday night, for the Emporia Symphony Orchestra's "Tour of Italy" concert.
Local author Don Coldsmith's legacy lives on in his 29th and final novel, ending the Spanish Bit series. A special book signing and release party was held at Town Crier Bookstore Tuesday night for the book.
Nearly 1,000 cookies were delivered across the Emporia School District on Tuesday.
The cookies, courtesy of USD 253, the Emporia NEA, Emporia State Federal Credit Union and Country Mart North, are a thank-you for the work teachers and staffers do every day.