Monday's Emporia Recreation Commission meeting saw the opening of discussion for some new ideas, and the review of this summer's programs.
Commercial Street was teeming with college students Monday for the annual Welcome Back Block Party.
The Camp Alexander board is interested in receiving funds from the United Way of the Flint Hills next year.
The state and area jobless rates have climbed from June to July.
Milling and overlay work is now underway in downtown Emporia as part of the annual Konnecting LINK project.
As many as 2,300 students of Emporia State University and Flint Hills Technical College will pack the 1000 and 1100 blocks of Commercial Street for the annual Welcome Back Block Party on Monday.
Emporia Main Street was mentioned over the past weekend in Parade Magazine.
Earlier this year, the Kansas Department of Transportation solicited input on the fiscal 2014 to 2017 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program. KDOT is now asking for input on the fiscal 2015 to 2018 plan.