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.
Emporia firefighters and Emporia Police teamed up to put out a small fire near downtown Emporia early Tuesday morning.
National Teachers Hall of Fame Director Carol Strickland says there is nationwide interest in Thursday night's annual auction taking place on 14 KVOE.
A report on child welfare shows the number of Kansas children below the poverty line is growing.
Kansas Action for Children says the state childhood poverty rate is now over 23 percent, up more than five percent from 2008.
The Emporia Community Foundation has a deal for you: "Like" the foundation's Facebook page, and if you're the 500th person to do so, you will receive $500 to donate to your favorite charity.
Budgets, grants and bids.
Those will be the main features of Wednesday night's Emporia City Commission meeting at the Municipal Court Room.