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Local drive provides necessities for Emporia families

USD 253 is expecting several donations to help with student needs.

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Eating more eggs could make a major difference in your health

The debate about healthy diets is continually evolving and new research says eggs might be better for you than previously thought.

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Crosswinds to host free depression screening

National Mental Illness Awareness week is being recognized this week and one local organization is providing depression screening in Emporia.

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A special trip will honor veterans and educate students

Honor Flight will be taking off next month giving students a unique look at history. 

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Kansas revenue receipts trending up

The Kansas revenue report released Monday shows taxes totaled more than $1.5 billion so far this fiscal year, which puts it more than $142 million above last year and more than $73 million above estimates.

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KVOE preparing to pack the pantry for Salvation Army

The 16th annual KVOE Drive for Food is happening Thursday just in time to replenish the bare shelves at the Salvation Army of Lyon County food pantry.

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Flags ordered at half-staff as Kansans mourn victims of Las Vegas shooting

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff from sun-up to sun-down Oct. 2 through Oct. 6 following the terrorist shooting at an outdoor concert in Las Vegas that killed at least 50 people, injuring hundreds more.

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Update: Supreme Court rules school finance formula still unconstitutional, local lawmakers react

The Kansas Supreme Court has ruled that the 2017 Legislature's new school finance law violates the adequacy and equity requirements of the state Constitution.

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