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Leading names for cougar cub to be announced during Friday's KVOE Morning Show

The David Traylor Zoo staff is almost halfway to the naming cost for their new mountain lion cub. Votes have been coming in daily for the 23-week old cub.

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Verizon outage due to software upgrade; only select phones affected

Verizon customers have been reporting problems with their mobile service Thursday.

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Hart prepared to lead EHS

Emporia High should have a seamless transition to the principal's chair come July 1.

Current principal Scott Sheldon, who announced his retirement earlier this year, will be replaced by associate principal Dr. Britton Hart. The Emporia School Board made the hire during its meeting Wednesday night.

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Drought officially returns to area

The KVOE listening area has been "abnormally dry" for several months, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor, and now moderate drought is trickling into far southwest Lyon County.

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Red flag warning issued for extreme fire danger

The fire danger across the Flint Hills has been high for weeks, and it's even higher Thursday.

The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for extreme fire danger, affecting Lyon, Chase, Coffey, Morris, Osage and Wabaunsee counties from 1 to 7 pm.

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Army Corps of Engineers schedules information meeting on reservoir projects

Planning continues to start dredging John Redmond Reservoir, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has scheduled a special information update in Hartford on April 3.

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NRH Auxiliary fundraiser benefiting scholarship fund, hospital projects

The Newman Regional Auxiliary is wrapping up its Books Are Fun Fundraiser.

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Portions of U.S. 75 to see significant work

A long stretch of U.S. Highway 75 in Osage County will see repairs beginning Thursday.

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