Normally, 20 to 30 teams of hunters participate in Emporia's annual Hunt 4 Hunger. This year, the number was three -- so hunt organizers have called off the annual hunt and competition.
Kansas State Treasurer Ron Estes made a special trip to Olpe Junior-Senior High School on Friday.
Estes and Treasury Department staffers honored eighth-grader Kerina Heineken for being the people's choice in the latest Learning Quest Essay Contest.
In 2011, Denise Wolford made a promise to do what she could to help care for a grandchild. That promise has led her to lose over 200 pounds.
This weekend, one hunt wraps up and another begins.
John Rossfeld's tenure as Newman Regional Health's interim CEO comes to an end Jan. 21.
Rossfeld joined KVOE's Morning Show on Friday morning to look back at his time in Emporia and what may lie ahead for the hospital.
The Regional Development Association of East Central Kansas board of trustees had their first meeting of 2014 Friday, appointing new officers and discussing upcoming opportunities.
The Lyon County Extension Office held their first board meeting of the year Wednesday night, going over their budget and wrapping up old business.
Folks in and around Reading are encouraged to attend a community conversation Saturday.
The topic is how the area can keep moving forward after the devastating EF-3 tornado back in May 2011.