The Lyon County Fair had a pair of favorites as the featured events Monday night.
In a move that was announced earlier this year, the Kansas NEA filed a lawsuit against the state for a change lawmakers made to so-called due process procedures.
The Flint Hills Technical College Board of Trustees had some good numbers to share during their meeting Monday.
The Kansas Sierra Club says an ozone air quality monitor near Manhattan was turned off at the start of the pasture burning season last year and hasn't been turned on since.
The State of Kansas has been charged with securities fraud by a federal agency, after allegedly misleading investors about the financial health of KPERS.
Last month, Gov. Sam Brownback's administration announced the state was enjoying about $440 million in ending cash balances for the fiscal year that ended June 30. The Legislative Research Department, though, says that figure is significantly lower, and in fact on track with the previous estimate of $380 million.
Emergency repairs on the Sertoma Club miniature train are done, so the train can roll around the track again at Soden's Grove.
This weekend's "Sweets for Stephanie" bake sale proved quite sweet indeed.