Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year for most of us. For Postal Service employees, it's the most busy time of the year.
Emporia State University will have a new dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences next fall.
Current dean Dr. Marie Miller has announced plans to retire, saying she wants to be involved in more service projects.
Based on the interest in the Emporia Community Foundation's Giving Tuesday effort, director Shirley Antes fully anticipates the special grant program will return next year.
The Newman Regional Auxiliary is busy this week.
On Tuesday evening, the auxiliary group has its annual Lights for Angels lighting ceremony at the hospital. Spokesperson Rosaetta Fields says the money helps scholarships for students in health-related fields.
The fitness room and exercise equipment in the Lee Beran Recreation Center were the biggest points of discussion during the Emporia Recreation Commission's meeting Monday.
The biggest point of discussion regarding the fitness room and equipment was where the money to fund the project should come from.
The Osage County Sheriff's Office is investigating a fatal accident involving a live mule from Sunday.
It's all a gamble. Especially with the Mega Millions jackpot drawing looming.
The 2014 legislative session has a lot of weighty matters to come.
KVOE began a set of legislative previews Monday with Rep. Peggy Mast appearing on the Morning Show.