On Wednesday night, Emporians can learn about the state of economic development and the local economy in general.
Emporia city commissioners have economic development matters on their slate when they hold an action meeting Wednesday afternoon.
Emporia State University opened up a new food pantry to help students who may be struggling to stay at the university for reasons other than grades.
Recruits with the Emporia Fire Department found out the process for getting crash victims out safely when extrications are needed.
Ten lucky ladies went home with gifts from Kari's Diamonds and Bridal Monday, with one taking home the sparkling grand prize.
The future of ET's Auto Service remains unclear, but owner Eric Bowen does want to reopen in the future.
Emporia's Salvation Army are now accepting applications for Christmas assistance.
The investigation into a dropoff of a potentially explosive acid at Lyon County's Household Hazardous Waste facility is complete.