Camp Alexander has had success in lining up donations to repay parents, staffers and creditors since the camp board announced financial problems nearly a week ago, but the local charitable trusts and foundations providing major funds to the camp are either putting stipulations on further funds or withdrawing money altogether.
Emporia city commissioners had a brief action session Wednesday, approving a few projects.
Camp Alexander has had success in lining up donations to repay parents, staffers and creditors since the camp board announced financial problems nearly a week ago, but one of the camp's funding boards is still concerned about its ongoing fiscal situation.
Things are now set for the 2014 general election, and although there were no official upsets -- all the favorites moved through past the primary -- some candidates have some concerns moving forward.
Earlier this year, Moody's downgraded the Kansas bond interest rating because of financial concerns. Now Standard & Poor's is taking similar action with the state's credit rating.
Fundraising continues for Heidi Pineda, who continues her recovery after she was badly hurt in a fatality accident in Texas almost a month ago.
Guion's Showcase is drying out after a sprinkler went haywire overnight.