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2016 Flint Hills Senior Life Fair has Esther Luttrell as keynote speaker

The Flint Hills Senior Life Fair moved to the Anderson Building for the first time in its history, and the event from earlier today was very informational for senior citizens.
 

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KVOE's 15th annual Drive for Food set for Thursday

On Thursday, KVOE staffers and volunteers will crisscross the city of Emporia, picking up nonperishable food donations for the Salvation Army food pantry as part of the 15th annual Drive for Food.

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Wellness Program highlighted on USD 253 Showcase

Health and wellness were the focal points of the latest USD 253 Showcase with Superintendent Kevin Case this week.

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Flee and elude charge upgraded to felony against Mayer

An Emporia man accused of leading two chases and then trying to disarm an Emporia Police officer during a struggle last month has been set for an upcoming court hearing.

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Utah-based businesses barred from telemarketing in Kansas

The Kansas Attorney General's Office has barred a Utah-based medical device company from making unsolicited calls in Kansas.

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TFI announces accreditation for its foster care work

A regional child welfare agency with deep roots in Emporia has received national accreditation for foster care services in Kansas and several states.

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County Commission meeting Thursday morning

Lyon County commissioners are set for an action meeting Thursday morning.

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Emporia hunter falls 20 feet, airlifted afterward

Update 2:00 PM Wednesday afternoon
 
An Emporia hunter was airlifted to a Kansas City hospital after falling out of a tree last (TH) evening. However, that man is no longer listed at that facility.
 
Lyon County Deputy Jody Myers says Tom Higgins was bowhunting near the 2100 block of Road 370, or about five miles north-northeast of Miller, when he fell 20 feet from his tree stand around 6:15 pm yesterday (TU).
 
Higgins complained of back pain, according to Myers. He was eventually airlifted to KU Medical Center in Kansas City for his injuries. The hospital's media relations department says he is not listed as a patient.
 
Authorities have not indicated what led to Higgins falling from his tree stand. Deputies and emergency crews from Emporia, Miller, Allen-Admire and Reading all responded to the site.
 
We'll keep you posted on KVOE, KVOE.com and KVOE social media.
 
An Emporia hunter has been airlifted to a Kansas City hospital after falling out of a tree.

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