More information has been released in a drug bust made by the Lyon County Sheriff's Department and Emporia Police on Nov. 4.
In this month's only meeting, the Emporia School Board discussed a variety of topics on the agenda, ranging from the AVID program update to the 3-year technology plan for USD 253.
City commissioners had a quick discussion with representatives of the CVB and Chamber today. CVB Interim Director Susan Rathke presented the CVB's Proposed Strategic Plan to the board during their study session, and talked about longer-term plans for bringing more tourism to Emporia.
An 8th-grader at Olpe Junior/Senior High School is a finalist in an essay contest, and needs your vote to win $1,000.
The National Teachers Hall of Fame is in the final days before the annual radio auction heard a week from Thursday on KVOE and KVOE.com.
The silent auction is underway now at the Emporia State Federal Credit Union west branch at 24th and Industrial.
Officials with the Kansas Board of Regents had a busy day in Emporia on Tuesday.
Regents Chair Fred Logan moderated an open forum on the state of Kansas higher education at Emporia State University shortly before he and Regents President Andy Tompkins came to KVOE for a nearly half-hour interview that aired during KVOE's On-Air Chat on Wednesday.
Lyon County commissioners discussed a pending funding request to help keep the LCAT bus fleet current in study session Wednesday.
The Symphony in the Flint Hills is headed to Butler County next year.
Event planners announced Wednesday the symphony will be held June 14 at the Rosalia Ranch.