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Emporia State University's student-run newspaper was honored Friday as one of two in Kansas receiving recognition from the Kansas Sunshine Coalition for Open Government.

The American Legion Post No. 5 hosted its 20th annual potato bar fundraiser for summer baseball teams Saturday, and turnout was heavy.

Polycarts will be down and the fire danger will be up Monday, thanks to another day of strong winds expected for the area.

Music could be heard at Peter Pan Park on Sunday as Emporia State University's A Cappella Choir and Chamber Choir performed.

Turnout was steady for ESB Financial's annual Community-Wide Shred and Recycle E-Waste Day on Saturday.

The Emporia Recreation Commission's annual birthday party was held at the Lee Beran Recreation Center on Sunday.

It was not an "earth-shattering kaboom," but a loud bang Saturday night certainly caught the attention of a lot of Emporia citizens.

Gusty winds will be the main weather concern across Lyon and surrounding counties Sunday and Monday.

Organizers of the Glass Blown Open are beaming with the tournament essentially all but over.

Barring extra time and a special session, state lawmakers could be finished with their work Friday.

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