On Thursday, KVOE News reported that the state of Kansas plans to eliminate vehicle tag renewal letters and instead begin sending postcards for the May cycle.
Despite the threat of a wintry mess this weekend, multiple activities are continuing as scheduled right now in the KVOE listening area.
Flint Hills Technical College administrators aren't too concerned about a dip in enrollment for the spring 2015 semester.
The United Way of the Flint Hills is venturing into new territory with a new project.
Interest is growing in extreme endurance races, and Race the Chase is looking to foster that interest locally for the second straight year.
The Kansas Attorney General's Office is alerting residents about a scam email circulating across the state.
Several polling places are changing for the upcoming city council, mayor and school board elections this spring.
The public comment period is closing soon for folks interested in Emporia State University's latest accreditation effort through the Higher Learning Commission.