The filing deadline for the upcoming election cycle is at noon Monday, and there has been some activity at the state level this week.
Next week, Newman Cardiology enters its second year of operation. Director Dr. Mulugeta Fissha, a KVOE Morning Show guest Friday, said the department has been extremely busy in its first year with over 500 total procedures conducted.
The Emporia Municipal Band celebrated it's 74th season Thursday with a concert themed "Opening Night."
Newman Regional Health has a new ICU, and showed it off Thursday. About 30 people toured the new ICU facilities, and NRH staff was impressed with the turnout.
Friday is the last day for Flint Hills Technical College's Kids College program.
The program is for kids in 4th-6th grade, and includes activities involving students in FHTC programs such as culinary arts, graphic arts, automotive, and sustainability.
Folks hoping for a major change to the U.S. Drought Monitor maps areawide are going to be disappointed.
Tuesday's announcement more money will be sunk into mental health services across Kansas is being greeted with cautious optimism by Bill Persinger, the director of the Mental Health Center of East Central Kansas.