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Have you ever wanted to attend Mardi Gras, but can't make it to New Orleans? Well, there is no reason to fret because the Lyon County History Center is bringing Mardi Gras to Emporia.

Lyon County deputies are investigating after a reported theft from a Hartford church.

The Kansas Turnpike Authority has announced nearly 15 major construction projects for the year ahead, and nearly half of them are either taking place now across the KVOE listening area or will begin soon.

For the first time in three months, the KVOE listening area is completely clear of any drought-related designation.

Essential skill information and awareness for children was spread through the Flinthills Mall from several organizations during the Little Learners Math-Science-Grow Expo.

Slick conditions led to several wrecks in and around Emporia on Thursday.

The city of Emporia will be expanding its timetable for the downtown sanitary sewer relining project after approval by the Emporia City Commission Wednesday evening.

After raising the tentative total needed to pay off past debts to the Internal Revenue Service, the attention of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1980 now shifts to addressing major facility needs.

All of Lyon County's Department heads have now officially declared their intentions of seeking re-election.

Public meetings about Lyon County's housing conditions and needs may be done for now, but Ignite Emporia Director Rob Gilligan says meetings earlier this week have been fruitful as work continues on a major study.

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