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Now that flooding has ended and it appears the next week or so will be dry, the Lyon County Highway Department is making headway with reopening a lot of flood-damaged roads near the Cottonwood and Neosho Rivers.

Jury deliberations will continue next week in the second of two multimillion-dollar lawsuits against Emporia State University.

The Delong Farm just outside of Emporia was filled as far as the eye could see with antique tractors Friday as day one of the Hart-Parr Oliver Collectors Association (HPOCA) annual summer show got underway.

Riders of all levels will "chase the moon" in the annual Lunar Kanza bike ride this weekend.  

The Lyon County History Center has a rather unique event upcoming on their calendar that pertains to paranormal activity.

Renovations continue at USD 251 North Lyon County's school buildings.

Travelers on West 12th Avenue between Prairie and Lincoln streets can expect road construction to begin in earnest next week.

The 2019 SOS Strong Fundraising Campaign is officially underway.

Olpe will be celebrating their 14th annual Olpe Downhome Days this Friday and Saturday.

Governor Laura Kelly has officially withdrawn a controversial policy amid pressure from Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt Thursday.

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