Emporia's industrial and value-added business sectors did well in 2015, according to Regional Development Association President Kent Heermann, KVOE's Talk of Emporia guest Monday.
The holidays aren't just a time of joy and cheer. They are a time of extra trash and dead trees, too.
The Flint Hills Technical College Board of Trustees met Monday, approving their usual spate of reports and bids for some equipment.
The deadline for holiday mailings is fast approaching.
Emporia city commissioners have an evening action meeting Wednesday.
At least two area school districts are having special meetings Wednesday.
Farm commodity prices have dropped considerably over the past few months, and that could cause a lot of problems for ag producers for many months to come.
A major improvement project begins early next year on the Kansas Turnpike near Emporia.