Gov. Sam Brownback will offer his status report on Kansas policy and his vision for the future Wednesday night.
The annual State of the State Address will take place at 6:30 pm. This is where the governor outlines his priorities for the upcoming session, also occasionally offering up some details on what he would like to see passed.
The first of four finalists to interview for the North Lyon County superintendent position is doing so Wednesday.
Jerry Turner is having a district tour before the district board holds a special executive session to interview him.
Navigators are not seeing a large influx of people with questions on the Affordable Care Act as the deadline draws nearer.
The United Way of the Flint Hills has crossed their campaign threshold, bringing in just over $500,000. Director Jami Reever says it's been a strong campaign.
It has been a whirlwind seven days for Emporian Denise Wolford.
The supervisor at the Lyon County Aging Services Department flew out to New York City this past weekend, appeared briefly on NBC's Today Show on Monday morning and returned home Monday night.
The Lyon County Historical Society continues its preparations before it ultimately consolidates its current locations into one space at 709 Commercial.
Nominations are due Wednesday for the 2014 induction class into the National Teachers Hall of Fame.
Typically, the deadline has already passed, but Director Carol Strickland says Hall of Fame leaders felt a change was in order.