Separate crashes have sent Emporia firefighters and police officers to accident sites in east and northwest Emporia.
Mail has to be in to the Emporia post office deposit boxes by 4 pm, starting Wednesday.
Trucks full of gravel are being dumped in Soden's Grove this week, and the Santa Fe Park is mostly completed. These were the main topics of discussion at the Oct. 21 Emporia Recreation Commission meeting.
Peripheral equipment attached to one air conditioning unit has triggered a second full-scale plant shutdown at Wolf Creek Nuclear Generating Station near Burlington.
Spokesperson Cassie Bailey says the issues were noticed Friday afternoon.
For the first time in its 20-year history, the Kansas Board of Regents' Michael Tilford Conference on Diversity and Multiculturalism is at Emporia State University.
Thinking about "freezin' for a reason" in February? Then plan now to participate and raise money.
Polar Plunge organizers are encouraging entry by Dec. 10 and also early fundraising totals.
Separate accidents across the KVOE listening area led to one death and two people being injured Sunday.
Non-emergency phone service to Emporia Police, several city departments and the Lyon County Sheriff's Office is back up and running.