USD 253 Emporia school board is moving on without a board member.
During Wednesday's meeting, the board officially recognized Angie Schreiber's resignation.
Autopsy results have yet to be released in the homicide of a one-time Emporia woman in Dodge City.
Tuesday's Rotary Club guest spoke at length about Kansas transportation issues.
Transportation Secretary Mike King's presentation to the Rotary Club highlighted future KDOT projects and funding. King tells KVOE News the department's budget has come up short by $300 million.
The future management of the Emporia Animal Shelter is in question, after a proposal to switch control of the shelter from Emporia Police to the Humane Society of the Flint Hills.
Coffey County Attorney Doug Witteman is now a judge.
Lyon County commissioners are once again combining their study meeting normally held Wednesday into their action meeting for Thursday.
Authorities are still on the scene of what is now confirmed as a fatality accident north of Lyndon.