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Document destruction event coming to Emporia

 
 
12:25 pm Monday: If you have documents to shred, the Kansas Attorney General's Office has something for you Tuesday.
 
The office is holding a special document destruction event from 4-6 pm at the Lyon County Fairgrounds. Three boxes or bags is the amximum for this event.
 
The Attorney General's Office is offering this service to mark National Consumer Protection Week across Kansas and give residents opportunities to fight identity theft, which has fast become among the most serious forms of crime worldwide. The Emporia event is one of 12 scheduled statewide.
 
For more information, go online to www.InYourCornerKansas.org.

Busy Monday ahead for USD 252

South Lyon County school board members have a busy night coming Monday.

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Lockerman Road closed for repairs

Lyon County Road and Bridge is shutting down a well-used county road just south of Emporia.

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Turnpike Authority crews busy in Osage County

Bridge work is underway on the Kansas Turnpike in Osage County.

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Frequent rain chances this week; marginal hail risk for Monday evening

An active weather pattern begins Monday afternoon across the Flint Hills.

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St. David's concert celebrates area's rich Welsh heritage

Emporia, Lyon County and the KVOE listening area has had a strong Welsh heritage throughout its recorded history, and that was celebrated at Emporia Presbyterian Church West Campus on Sunday.

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Barn Wedding Showcase goes well

Pioneer Bluffs held its first-ever Barn Wedding Showcase on Sunday, and Director Lynn Smith called it a special event.

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Grass fire doused between Olpe and Madison

Three area fire departments battled a grass fire between Olpe and Madison on Sunday night.

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