The Lyon County Historical Society continues its preparations before it ultimately consolidates its current locations into one space at 709 Commercial.
Nominations are due Wednesday for the 2014 induction class into the National Teachers Hall of Fame.
Typically, the deadline has already passed, but Director Carol Strickland says Hall of Fame leaders felt a change was in order.
The South Coffey County school board has selected four finalists for its superintendent position.
Martin Luther King, Jr., Day is Monday, and over the coming month Emporia State University is introducing four documentaries to bring to life America's civil rights history.
Newman Regional Health is expanding its list of services with the addition of Dr. Semhal Abbay next month.
Spring semester enrollment is at an all-time high at Flint Hills Technical College.
Continuing a sharp spike in enrollment for spring 2013, Vice President for Student Services Lisa Kirmer announced a total first-day semester headcount of 612 students during Monday's FHTC Board of Trustees meeting. The college enjoyed 593 students last spring, which was 30 students ahead of the spring 2012 total.
The Hunt 4 Hunger chapter board held an emergency meeting Monday night, to make changes and discuss the future of the Emporia chapter.
During that meeting, Club President Jamey Pettigrew and Vice President Nick Roth resigned their posts.
Flu season is in full swing, and health officials continue to stress the importance of washing your hands and getting vaccinated to avoid getting sick.