Time is running out for groups interested in receiving funds from the Emporia Community Foundation for the current grant cycle.
Several updates are part of the monthly meeting of the Flint Hills Technical College Board of Trustees on Monday.
We catch a bit of a break from the cold in the air and the snow on the roads Saturday.
Get your wallets ready, Girl Scout cookie sales begin Saturday, Feb. 8 -- but before that, the local Girl Scouts hosted their Cookie Kick-Off at the Bowyer Community Building Friday.
The staff of the David Traylor Zoo made a tough choice today. One of the zoo's most popular animals had to be euthanized due to his declining health.
The deep freeze continues.
A slight chance of wintry mix is in the forecast overnight Friday before conditions clear up a bit Saturday.
Cold air is gradually moderating over the next couple days. And we do mean gradually.
Area residents are encouraged to help Emporia High students as Project Emporia is fully underway.
During KVOE's Newsmaker segment Thursday, Emporia High Student Council representative Meg Detwiler said the drive generates nonperishable food items for the Salvation Army and also other relief organizations locally based on the need.