In late February, KDOT is set to begin a project to replace the K-58 bridge over Dinner Creek. This bridge is located 4.5 miles west of Gridley, and 13 miles east of Madison, just east of the Greenwood-Coffey County line.
The Dirty Kanza is full.
Registration for both the 200-mile race and the Half-Pint 100-miler is closed, with a field limit of 1,200 riders total. Dirty Kanza Executive Director Jim Cummins says that limit was reached in 13 days.
Lyon County commissioners have a lot of items to address in their action meeting Thursday morning.
Work should end soon at 18th and Old Manor, where a water main burst sometime Wednesday morning.
Extra seats had to be placed for the "Fracking 101" public forum Tuesday, in the Memorial Union Preston Family Room. The forum, hosted by the League of Women Voters, was meant to be strictly educational, therefore the presentations were quick and factual.
Close to 40 people attended meetings at William Allen White and Walnut schools Tuesday as the Emporia School District officially began soliciting opinions on proposed enrollment boundary changes for the district elementary schools.
The Lyon County Sheriff's Office, Emporia Police Department and Kansas Highway Patrol will join other Kansas Law Enforcement to stop what has been an epidemic of improper teen seatbelt use for the past several years.
John Redmond Reservoir continues to see construction and upgrades according to schedule.