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Polar Plunge exceeds fundraising expectations

Record warmth may have melted any ice at Mouse Lake, but it didn't melt any enthusiasm the area has for the annual Polar Plunge.

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Different thoughts emerge on latest budget work

There's not much wiggle room in the state budget as passed recently by lawmakers.

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Terri Clark, Mark Wills bring country flavor to Granada

Country music was in the air at the Granada Theatre on Saturday night.

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Small garage fire under investigation

A small fire was reported in north-central Emporia on Saturday.

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Union members await result of pension fund's request to cut monthly benefits

Union members who have Central States Pension Fund administering their pensions are urged to pay attention to developments that could lead to significant cutbacks in their monthly pension checks later this year.

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KDHE warns of salmonella outbreak in sprouts

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is cautioning about a developing outbreak of salmonella coming from sprouts.

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Structure fire report at La Rumba leads investigators to trash fire instead

The structure fire reported at La Rumba early Saturday turned out to something far less severe.

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Welch Stadium turf replacement project off to good start

Good weather has allowed a lot of construction projects to get a jump start here this winter. On the list is the new turf project at Welch Stadium.

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