The KVOE/National Teacher's Hall of Fame Radio Auction is fast approaching, and at least the silent part of it is already over.
The Emporia State University Japanese Association Sakura Choir had their fall concert on Friday night, hosted by the First Presbyterian Church in downtown Emporia.
In the second meeting with Kansas Division of Emergency Management and FEMA, city and county officials figured up the cost of damage done by the August floods.
Former Marine Corps Corporal Drew Nyman is back in Emporia, and has a new mission: to bring better veteran's benefits to the state of Kansas, and help continue to make Emporia a good place to live.
The Salvation Army is now offering season pass buttons for $20.
The Granada played host to a Public Improvement Auction on Thursday night, aimed at raising money for Emporia Main Street. The goal was to raise money for a new sound system for downtown.
Emporia Main Street held a Community Initiated Development open forum yesterday (TH) lasting most of the day. The goal of the forum was to introduce the public to some new ideas for downtown Emporia.
The Emporia Gardener's Club of America had a meeting and dinner Thursday night at Flint Hills Technical College, collecting cans for the Salvation Army food pantry as part of KVOE's Drive for Food. They collected 43 items in total.