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City commissioners discuss EPA compliance project for sewage treatment plant

According to information released by city commissioners during their study session on Wednesday, edicts handed down by the US Environmental Protection Agency may affect Emporians financially.

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Local Law Enforcement Memorial Service taking place days after KCK detective was fatally shot

Hundreds of people attended a candlelight vigil Tuesday in Kansas City, Kan., in memory of Police Detective Brad Lancaster.

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New property tax lid start date has local officials upset

City and county governments in Kansas will be dealing with a property tax lid earlier than first projected.

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NRH named one of America's best Critical Access hospitals

Several rural hospitals are being recognized as being among the best in the nation in a new study. One of those is right here in town.

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Local authorities urging you to be on lookout for Carlie Trent, Gary Simpson

Local authorities are urging you to be on the lookout for a van believed to be part of an active Amber Alert case starting in Tennessee.

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Child drowns Tuesday near Eureka

Greenwood County authorities are investigating after a child drowned Tuesday.

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Light to moderate rain the only impact from Wednesday's severe storm watch

Overnight storms have failed to produce anything in the way of severe weather, so a severe storm watch affecting much of KVOE territory was canceled in stages.

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Supreme Court hears Gannon v. Kansas arguments

One ball in the education funding battle is now in the Kansas Supreme Court's hands after oral arguments in the Gannon v. Kansas lawsuit.

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