When you think of exploring the Flint Hills, what do you usually picture as being the best mode of transportation? Most of us would say a car or truck, maybe a motorcycle or even a bicycle, on the more extreme side.
But what about a golf cart?
Awareness was brought to the tough subject of suicide in a lighthearted way Wednesday.
Emporia city commissioners focused on three areas during their lighter study session Wednesday.
Wednesday is World Suicide Prevention Day, and to shed some light on the difficult subject, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is holding a "Doubtfire Challenge" at 6:30pm at the Earl Center, 1601 State.
Street rehab work in Emporia is all finished, and now work on parking lots and other concrete surfaces is taking place.
Shawnee County District Attorney Chad Taylor has filed a legal challenge with the Kansas Supreme Court, trying to reverse a decision made by Republican Secretary of State Kris Kobach preventing Taylor's name from being withdrawn from the U.S. Senate race.
On Thursday, Americans will remember a day that has left deep scars, and Emporians will mark it with a special ceremony.
Lyon County Commissioners are holding only an action session on Thursday.