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Plans announced for Memorial Day events at Emporia, Bushong

Plans for Memorial Day observances are in place.

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Supreme Court finds education funding system still inequitable -- and thus unconstitutional

Saying lawmakers "have not performed their duty" to fairly fund education, the Kansas Supreme Court now has told the Legislature -- again -- to make changes by the end of June or else schools may not open on time in August.

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Former county commissioner announces bid for 76th district house seat

Teresa Briggs, a former Lyon County commissioner, issued a press release on Friday to announce her legislative bid for the 76th district seat in the Kansas House of Representatives.

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Michelle Hammond named as newest ESU library dean

According to a press release issued by Emporia State University Marketing and Media Relations, Michelle Hammond has been hired as the institution's newest dean of University Libraries and Archives.

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Thursday storms delay damage assessment on Wednesday twisters

Meteorologists with the National Weather Service hope to get to portions of Morris and Wabaunsee counties hit by possible or confirmed tornadic activity Wednesday night.

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Plea reached in murder of former Emporia woman

The man accused of killing a former Emporia woman in Dodge City almost 18 months ago has pleaded and will spend nearly 30 years in prison for the crime.

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Barn fire under investigation

No injuries were reported after a barn was destroyed by fire north of Emporia on Thursday evening.

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Summer reading programs begin at Emporia Public Library

The Emporia Public Library opened its doors to dozens of parents and children on Thursday in support of summer reading programs.

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