The Granada Theatre set sail Friday evening with Valentine's Day dinner and a movie. The movie was "Titanic;" the dinner was a reasonable fascimile of the last meal served on the doomed ship.
The Flint Hills Community Health Center will soon have a satellite facility in Eureka.
This was certainly a happy Valentine's Day for Emporian Bev Cinelli. She was the winner of KVOE's Cupid's Arrow contest, taking home a sterling silver and diamond "Love" script ring, along with a sterling silver and floating diamond "Love" script pendant, valued at $500 for the set, courtesy Kari's Diamonds and Bridal.
This week, the Kansas House passed a bill which says residents can deny goods and services to same-sex couples based on religious beliefs. House Bill 2453 may not have the same success in the Senate -- if it even reaches the floor.
Starting Monday, the David Traylor Zoo will ask the public to name its newest resident.
A 16-week-old cougar cub was rescued last month by Washington Fish and Wildlife after his mother was illegally shot.
As expected, the plan to make major traffic and changes around Lyndon schools will go to a vote May 6.
Day 1 of Emporia State's Founders Day 2014 was pretty special Friday.
First, university officials stuffed a time capsule with a host of items, including flyers, a music score and a sports jersey.