Emporia, KS

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Dense fog to be replaced by rain chances

Many area residents woke up Thursday to a very foggy morning.

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ESU School of Business unveils economic feasibility study during city-county meeting

Last fall, Lyon County commissioners charged the Emporia State School of Business with researching economic development. The report was unveiled during a joint city-county meeting Wednesday.

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DeWitt court case lines out possible trial dates

Options for trial dates were set as part of a pretrial hearing in the case against Jason Scott DeWitt.

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City elects Danny Geifer as new mayor; recognizes recycling awards

Emporia has a new mayor, and plenty of projects to tackle this year.

Danny Geifer has taken over mayoral duties after Wednesday's city commission meeting.

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Spring Book Sale wraps up Thursday

The books are almost gone, as the Emporia Friends of the Library Spring Book Sale draws to a close Thursday.

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Shonrock, part II: ESU poised to take 'next step'

Michael Shonrock may be leaving Emporia and Emporia State University, but he's convinced ESU is pointed in the right direction.

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Tax-filing window rapidly closing; post office filings already closed

Hopefully you've filed your taxes already. If not, you have until midnight Wednesday to do so electronically. If you were hoping to file your taxes the old-fashioned way -- that is, mailing them in -- you're too late.

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Power restored after car strikes utility pole Wednesday afternoon

About 200 customers were powerless after a car crashed into a utility pole mid-Wednesday afternoon.

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