Emporia State University is announcing new dates for two events postponed by bad weather earlier this month.
A Burlingame business is being honored by the Kansas Small Business Development Center as one of its existing businesses of the year.
Thankfully, the slight risk of quarter-sized hail didn't materialize Wednesday night and early Thursday morning.
Unfortunately, the rest of Thursday will be a raw, blustery day.
City commissioners made what they're calling the "natural choice" of hiring Mark McAnarney as the new full-time city manager of Emporia.
Mother Nature apparently plans to give us two seasons' worth of weather between now and midday Thursday.
A controlled burn apparently went out of control in northwest Lyon County on Wednesday, prompting numerous area fire departments to respond -- but not before some 1,200 acres of grass burned near Roads 370 and "C."
Misconceptions regarding the Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare, are still abounding, according to Valorie Libertus. Libertus is a licensed Navigator and outreach and eligibility coordinator for Flint Hills Community Health Center - Lyon County Health Department.
In late February, KDOT is set to begin a project to replace the K-58 bridge over Dinner Creek. This bridge is located 4.5 miles west of Gridley, and 13 miles east of Madison, just east of the Greenwood-Coffey County line.