Critical fire danger is in place for Thursday.
A combination of dry vegetation, warm temperatures, gusty southwest winds and low humidity levels have prompted the National Weather Service offices in Topeka and Wichita to issue red flag warnings for our area.
The Emporia Public Library has been hearing from the public about what services residents enjoy, and what they would like to see.
Delicious smells and groovy sounds eminated from White Auditorium Wednesday, as EVCO Wholesale Food Corp. hosted their annual food show. This year's theme was EVCO Groovin', with '60s flower power and tie-dye filling the room, along with 105 food service booths.
An effort by Kansas and Arizona state leaders to require their voters to provide proof of U.S. citizenship has the approval of U.S. District Judge Eric Melgren.
Lebo officials are confident the Kansas Department of Health and Environment will lift the current boil water advisory some time Thursday.
Lyon County commissioners could approve an interlocal agreement to consolidate the county's dispatch services with Emporia's during their action meeting Thursday.
For the 10th straight year, Habitat for Humanity is bringing some of Emporia's best musicians together for a fundraising concert.
The Flint Hills Community Health Center-Lyon County Health Department is offering psychiatric services with the addition late last year of Dr. Dilip Patel.