Technology upgrades are coming to USD 252 after the school board approved a three-year technology plan Tuesday night.
Emporia city commissioners have a lighter agenda for their study session this week.
On Wednesday night, area residents interested in the area and state water supply for the next five decades are encouraged to attend a special meeting.
Emporia firefighters got a brief respite from grass fires -- until one needed their attention Monday afternoon.
Facing a potential two- to 12-percent cut in funding from the state for the 2016 fiscal year, the Flint Hills Technical College Board of Trustees reluctantly decided to approved increased tuition and fees for the coming school year.
Storms and poetry collided with words written and spoken by former Poet Laureate of Kansas Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg and photographer/storm chaser Stephen Locke during a unique presentation Monday.
Kasasa and Hotlips seem to be very happy parents.
The cotton-top tamarins at the David Traylor Zoo welcomed twins to the family Saturday.
Lyon County's representatives in the Topeka Capital-Journal Regional Spelling Bee bowed out early Saturday.