Predictions are still on track for a major winter storm bearing down on Kansas through early Wednesday.
Current projections have Emporia and most area locations receiving as much as 10 inches of snow before this winter blast moves away.
The Kansas Department for Children and Families is announcing a new emergency propane relief program.
Emporia city commissioners are tentatively set to have an action meeting Wednesday afternoon.
By late spring, the Convention and Visitors Bureau should have an even better handle on who comes to Emporia, why they are here -- and how best to bring more people to town.
Lyon County is officially a member of the Flint Hills Economic Development District.
County Commissioner Scott Briggs, the Lyon County representative on the board, formally signed paperwork on the county's behalf Friday.
The 2014 Relay for Life of Lyon County is shifting to early fall.
Organizer Angi Hidecker announced the change from April, the featured time frame the past several years, to Sep. 19-20 on KVOE's Newsmaker segment Monday.
You can forgive Alex Johnston if he's grinning from ear to ear this week. Thanks to the Seattle Seahawks' 43-8 thumping of the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 48, he now owns a 51-inch flat-screen TV, courtesy of Triad Leasing and Country 101.7 FM as part of the annual "Watch the Chiefs" promotion.
The St. Patrick's Committee has announced its beneficiaries with its two major fundraising events yet to come.
Nine charitable groups will benefit along with the committee's scholarship fund through Emporia State University. Spokesperson Barb Ternes says there was a big field of applicants to choose from, each with worthy projects.