A unique lifesaving opportunity is available at Emporia State University and Flint Hills Technical College on Monday and Tuesday.
Gov. Sam Brownback will now consider a bill passed by both the House and Senate to fund education, after multiple all-night sessions. The bill, however, also includes language delivering tax breaks to private school supporters, and removes due process rights for teachers.
A unique and classic storytelling tool was performed for a smaller matinee audience at Albert Taylor Hall today Sunday.
The Cashore Marionettes performed a varied selection of puppetry stories, as part of the Emporia Arts Center's seasonal programming.
The Kansas House rejected a school finance measure early Sunday morning that would have provided new school aid in response to a Kansas Supreme Court ruling, and incorporated policy reforms ranging from diminished public teacher due-process rights, to tax breaks for financial supporters of private schools.
The House voted 67-55 against the bill following about two hours of debate that started late Saturday night and moved into early morning hours.
The Emporia Masonic Lodge Trivia Night had a solid night Saturday.
Eleven teams participated and raised money for cancer research.
The third annual Dog-N-Jog had almost ideal weather for a 5-K run-walk on Saturday.
There will likely be a sellout for the Symphony in the Flint Hills.