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Spring General Assembly focuses on ESU's momentum

Momentum is the word Emporia State President Allison Garrett mentioned a lot during Tuesday's Spring General Assembly on campus.

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Iowa-based meat sales company banned from doing business in Kansas

An Iowa-based door-to-door meat sales company, along with its employees and agents, has been permanently banned from doing business in Kansas, according to the Attorney General's office.

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City of Emporia receives $700,000 grant to assist with downtown sewer improvements

The City of Emporia has secured a $700,000 Community Development Block Grant from the Kansas Department of Commerce to make needed improvements to its wastewater collection system in downtown Emporia.

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Crews 'swinging steel' as new NRH emergency department takes shape

Construction of Newman Regional Health's new emergency department is just about on schedule, both with the process itself and the overall budget.

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Fifth Judicial District Judge returns to work following December car crash

After a nearly six week absence from the courtroom, a Lyon County judge is back to work.

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Flint Hills Smoke Management Plan discussed on KVOE

April is still a ways off, but early stages of the 2018 grass fire season always draws attention to the Flint Hills Smoke Management Plan that restricts certain types of grass fires during that month.

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Residents encouraged to attend poverty simulation Thursday

A special poverty simulation is taking place this week, and the community is encouraged to take part.

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New scholarship opportunity to benefit ESU students

Students eligible for Pell Grants at Emporia State University may have access to another scholarship opportunity.

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