Emporia State's Main Street in the Memorial Union was brimming with green-shirted volunteers packaging food to send to Africa Wednesday.
USD 253 Emporia is reacting to cuts coming from the Statehouse as they make up for this fiscal year's budget shortfall.
A couple of city projects are closer to being finished.
Pertussis is slowly spreading across parts of the KVOE listening area.
Two big changes are coming to the Hopkins Foundation program for recognizing teachers and support staffers who go above and beyond the call of duty in the classroom.
Flint Hills Technical College is seeing an influx of high school students taking college coursework, and the Student Services is working to make that venture smooth for the students.
An investigation is underway after a bald eagle was shot dead near the Marion Reservoir Dam, and a reward is now being offered in the case.
Challenge met. Again.
Area residents have now raised a total of $55,000 as part of two related challenge grants from an anonymous donor to benefit the Fairgrounds Anderson Building renovation.