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Tablets of Honor expanding again

Plans are changing as the Tablets of Honor project nears the construction phase at the All Veterans Memorial.

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Seeley: Fairgrounds seeing more use over time

If current trends hold, the Lyon County Fairgrounds will continue to be a busy place for years to come.

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Lawmakers weigh in after Gannon testimony

Local lawmakers say they weren't surprised by what they heard during oral arguments this week in the Gannon v. Kansas education funding lawsuit.

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May 25 set aside for USD 251 long-range planning

Work continues in USD 251 North Lyon County to ensure the long-term future of the district.

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Road work continues on Turnpike

Road and bridge work is again taking place on the Kansas Turnpike near Emporia.

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Finalists for ESU Library/Archives dean to interview soon

Emporia State is interviewing two finalists for its dean of University Libraries and Archives in the next few days.

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High school graduation requirements discussed at USD 253 school board meeting

The USD 253 school board met on Wednesday at Mary Herbert Elementary School to discuss weighted grade scales, high school graduation requirements, and the retirement of Superintendent Theresa Davidson.

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City commissioners discuss EPA compliance project for sewage treatment plant

According to information released by city commissioners during their study session on Wednesday, edicts handed down by the US Environmental Protection Agency may affect Emporians financially.

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