Chase County Sheriff Richard Dorneker says the discovery of Garnett resident Debra Johnston was, as he puts it, "sort of miraculous."
Over the past 18 months, the town of Bushong has raised about $1,000 to buy a civil defense siren. Mayor Fred Fechter says that money will go to installation costs after a special donation.
Local banking institutions are trying to find customers who may have spent this past Black Friday at a Target store.
ESB Financial Vice President Karen Sommers says customers who shopped at Target should cut up their current cards.
Work continues as Emporia State looks to finalize a master plan for growing the campus over the next 20 years.
Vice President for Administration and Fiscal Affairs Ray Hauke says many items are yet to be settled, but there is clear direction on one goal.
Flint Hills Technical College conferred degrees on over 100 students Friday.
President Dr. Dean Hollenbeck says the college is enjoying the fruits of growing in the right direction for students and the business community.
Joseph Hall was back in Emporia on Friday, bringing Elvis back to life in a manner of speaking at the Granada Theatre.
Rugged terrain is hampering efforts to find a Garnett woman who went missing southwest of Emporia on Wednesday.
51-year-old Debra Johnston was last seen about 20 miles southwest of Emporia on the Kansas Turnpike. The search is focused in southeast Chase County, along with parts of southwest Lyon County and northwest Greenwood County.
Osage County Sheriff Laurie Dunn issued a statement Friday, warning residents of a potential wolf hybrid in Osage County.