Phone scams are commonplace these days, and the latest twist involves Microsoft users.
At least one company is calling people across the country claiming to be a third-party representative of the computer software giant.
The Lyon County Historical Society is marking a new era in their time, by holding their 76th annual meeting Tuesday evening at their new building at 709 Commercial.
Folks interested in learning more about a possible retail development in northwest Emporia can attend a special meeting Wednesday evening.
Representatives of Emporia Land Development LLC will lay out their plans for Emporia Pavilions at 24th and Industrial during a meeting from 5:30 to 7 pm at Flint Hills Technical College.
Emporia High School students will be busy Wednesday. "College and Career Day" will be taking place, including activities to help prepare students for life after graduation.
The Lyndon School District is moving forward with plans for massive changes to it school buildings.
Board members approved a $12.3 million bond issue to be repaid in 25 years or less at their meeting Monday night.
Lyon County authorities are asking for help as they try to find a registered violent offender.
Miguel Hernandez, 56, is wanted for violating the Kansas Offender Registration Act.
Newman Regional Health is one step closer to being granted Critical Access designation.
The United Way of the Flint Hills is closing down its annual fundraising drive.
A total will be revealed at halftime of the Emporia State-Northeastern State men's basketball game Wednesday night. On KVOE's Newsmaker segment Tuesday, United Way Director Jami Reever wouldn't divulge a total -- but she said she was very pleased with how the overall drive went.