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Davis gains endorsements from current, former Republicans with stop in Emporia this weekend

Democrat gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis is coming to Emporia this weekend, and he's riding a wave of momentum into town.

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Senate candidate Wolf making Sunday stop

U.S. Senate candidate Milton Wolf has slated an appearance in Emporia this upcoming weekend.

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Burlington traffic stop puts Virginia probation in question for Freeman

The Kansas House 76th District race has seen a lot of twists and turns the past few months, with candidates entering the race, candidates leaving the race and candidates changing parties to be involved. Now one candidate is facing questions in Kansas and Virginia after being briefly booked in the Coffey County Jail for suspicion of an alcohol-related offense over the weekend.

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Water leaks fixed at 12th and Garfield

By Thursday, traffic flow at 12th and Garfield should be back to normal. The water flow is already back to normal -- finally -- after two sets of repairs on water mains under the intersection.

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Former Sen. Bob Dole visits Chase County Courthouse during third state tour

On another whirlwind tour of Kansas, former U.S. Senator Bob Dole joked with the audience at the Chase County Courthouse Tuesday that he "wasn't present for the groundbreaking" of the historic building.

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Area fire districts benefiting from annual Firefighters Relief Fund distribution

Area fire departments are receiving money as part of the Kansas Insurance Department's annual Firefighters Relief Fund distribution.

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Joe Diffie tickets now on sale

Tickets for Joe Diffie's concert in Emporia are on sale now.

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FHTC purchase sets stage for growth in welding, other programs

Monday's decision by the Flint Hills Technical College Board of Trustees to buy the one-time Four Mile Carriage location in southwest Emporia will certainly benefit the college's welding program. It may also have a big positive impact on other college programs.

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