The first baby born in 2015 was welcomed by not only her parents, but the president of Emporia State University.
Power was knocked offline for parts of north-central Emporia on Thursday morning.
Several days after a Shawnee County court panel said much more money has to be infused into K-12 education, the debate is heating up on how to proceed -- and the pure dollars and cents isn't the only talking point.
A roller-coaster year for the state's revenues ended with yet another dip.
Newman Regional Health is welcoming a New Year's Day baby.
2014 turned out to be a pretty good year, overall, for the Emporia area and continues to look for 2015 as well.
The Emporia Area Chamber of Commerce is less than a month away from its 118th annual meeting.
Reports and executive sessions could well take up most of the action meeting for Lyon County commissioners Friday.