The word "active" doesn't begin to describe how full this weekend's community calendar is.
The Now & Forever fundraising campaign for Emporia State University continues to move forward ahead of schedule.
The Kansas Preservation Alliance's annual conference continues in Emporia on Friday.
Longtime Lyon County Child Care Licensing Surveyor Mary Sutton is retiring.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Flint Hills is hoping area men and women -- and Emporia State University students -- step up to become mentors this fall.
Thursday is a day which has been seared into our nation's history: the anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, and the terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers, the Pentagon, and in Pennsylvania.
Lyon County Commissioners had a pretty straightforward action session Thursday.
The Kansas Preservation Alliance conference begins Thursday, lasting through Friday with a hefty schedule of keynote presentations and tours of historic Emporia buildings.