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Emporia City Commission approves 2018 and 5-year budgets

Emporia city commissioners moved swiftly through their action session Wednesday night where both the 2018 and 5-year city budgets were approved.

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Salvation Army celebrating National Thrift Store Day

The Salvation Army is celebrating National Thrift Store Day tomorrow.

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USD 253 focusing on literacy as new school year begins

As a new school year begins this week, Emporia Public Schools are looking at ways to improve literacy.

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Sen. Moran issues statement on racism and bigotry, calls out POTUS

Kansas Sen. Jerry Moran took to Twitter Tuesday night to reiterate his denouncement of hatred and bigotry in the wake of the violent confrontations in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend, even calling out the President.

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Enhanced severe weather risk areawide Wednesday

A stormy outlook remains for the rest of Wednesday and some of the activity could potentially be severe.

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Limited space available on FHTC solar eclipse trip

There's still time to catch a ride if you want to see next week's Solar Eclipse in totality.

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The 2017 Flint Hill Beef Fest is almost ready to go

The 31st Flint Hills Beef Fest has a full weekend of events this year.

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Insurance marketplace rates to be published Sept. 1

Kansas Insurance Department officials said Tuesday that initial rate revision information for the 2018 federal individual health insurance marketplace will be published on Sept. 1 following an announced delay on rate filings last week from the federal government.

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