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New USD 253 superintendent details approach, interest in Emporia during Morning Show interview

The Emporia School District has a new superintendent, and KVOE had a chance to introduce you to Kevin Case during the Morning Show on Tuesday.

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USD 251 approves May 3 election date for $31 million K-12 education campus

USD 251 North Lyon County has approved two resolutions regarding a single school building Monday evening.

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Cattle pen exit work begins this week

Equipment is moving into position this week as the Kansas Turnpike starts work on the Flint Hills cattle pens improvement project.

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Chamber of Commerce to celebrate business, community accomplishments at annual meeting

The Emporia Area Chamber of Commerce is holding its 119th annual meeting Friday night, and it's celebrating both a big year of accomplishments last year and what may be an even bigger year for the community in 2016.

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Newsmaker II segment dedicated to Lyon County League Tournament's rich history

The oldest-running high school basketball tournament in the state of Kansas begins Monday at White Auditorium.

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Local Edward Jones adviser weighs in on wobbly markets

Markets have been volatile lately, starting out the year on a wobbly foot and worrying many investors.
Monday's markets were pulled lower by further weakness in oil prices as energy shares led declines, with major indexes retreating after last week's strong gains.
Edward Jones Financial Advisor Greg Seibel says people tend to forget how often this sort of slide happens.
Typically, Seibel says the short-term sentiment or opinion aligns on something, leading to a bigger supply-and-demand to create that change. Seibel compares following daily markets to meteorologists predicting the daily weather -- it's not perfect and not on the mark every time.
Oil continues to slide in price, falling six percent on concerns of oversupply after news that Iraq's output reached a record last month. This has led to losses for most energy groups big and small, with Texas and Oklahoma hardest hit. Kansas has felt the affects of lowered oil prices, but Seibel says most folks have enjoyed the side effect of this problem -- lower gas prices. That, Seibel says, leads to people spending more money elsewhere, in turn helping the economy and furthering the cycle of finance.
For further market information or advice, consult your financial advisor.

Emporia Senior Center, Council Grove Library hosting free income tax assistance programs

It's tax season, and the Kansas Department of Revenue says it is partnering with the Internal Revenue Service's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program to offer tax preparation help across the state.

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Rural Council Grove house fire started in dining room

A house with a Council Grove address in northwest Lyon County was destroyed by fire early Sunday.

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