Now that the first draft of the 50-year Kansas Water Vision has been written and published, several state agencies are hoping to get the word out about the need for planning and personal responsibility.
Holidays are the time for special law enforcement efforts, and the Kansas Highway Patrol has embarked on a targeted effort to reduce texting while driving.
Wardens with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism had to shut down most of their planned Operation Dry Water enforcement efforts.
Lyon County commissioners will continue their look at department and allocation agency budgets when they hold their action meeting Thursday.
Things will be popping across the area for the Fourth of July.
Open carry is now allowed in Kansas under the same provisions and exclusions as concealed carry.
Next week, the Kansas Water Office will be touring the state seeking public input on the future of water in Kansas, and KVOE will be getting a sneak peek of that future plan Wednesday morning.
The state's financial picture has been called into question for months, and the latest report from the Department of Revenue has more sobering news.