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.
The Coffey County Housing Authority is receiving a federal grant to help improve rural housing.
The Emporia Recreation Commission had their regular board meeting Monday night, and discussed the latest updates on the Soden's Grove project and the fitness room renovations.
For the third year in a row, Emporia State University has successfully "canned" the Bods.
Deer are still thick in the KVOE listening area, and Lyon County Sheriff Jeff Cope reminds everyone to pay extra attention to the road.