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Westar set to reduce rates soon

If a request from Westar Energy gains approval from the Kansas Corporation Commission, rates for customers will go down, not up.

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Tornado Trot marks fifth year after Reading twister

There were a lot of walk-ups for the fifth annual Tornado Trot in Reading on Saturday.

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Glow Run benefits area foster kids

Foster children in the KVOE listening area will benefit from the second annual St. Francis Community Services Glow Run held Saturday night.

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Plow Day draws big crowd to Dale Delong farm

The Dale Delong farm northeast of Emporia was a busy place as the Flint Hills Antique Power Association had its annual Plow Day and Tractor Show.

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Power pole causes small fire

Firefighters say a power pole caused a small fire south of Emporia on Saturday.

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Lawmakers pleased with education equity package while school administrators voice concerns

Based on the reactions from lawmakers, Gov. Sam Brownback and at least one attorney for schools wanting more money from the state for schools, an education funding plan designed to correct fairness concerns is good enough to make sure schools don't close next month.

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Former KanBuild owner found dead

The former owner of KanBuild has been found dead in Osage City.

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K-99 project nearing completion

The heavy work is now done as a road construction project just north of Emporia comes to an end.

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