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Bond election updates and early learning facility discussions will continue to be the primary focus of the USD 253 Board of Education meeting Wednesday.

No injuries were reported after a train hit a semi trailer in Lebo on Monday.

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is telling residents to stop vaping and all e-cigarette use after a confirmed fatality and the development of six severe lung disease cases across the state since late August.

One of two defendants in a set of local business burglary cases is having a pretrial hearing Tuesday in Lyon County District Court.

Now that incumbent Roger Marshall has announced he will run for US Senate instead of his current seat in the US House, one Republican was quick to announce his candidacy for Marshall's current position representing the First Congressional District.

Funeral arrangements have been announced for local veteran Norm Fields, who passed away last week at the age of 73.

New Public Works Director Dean Grant says he's impressed with Emporia's forward-thinking approach to public works.

The long-awaited debut of Emporia's new bike share program is coming this week.

New equipment, a rise in youth attendance and steady overall numbers were all highlights of the Jones Aquatic Center's 2019 summer season.

Kansas Free For Arts Executive Director Hank Osterhout says residents should mark Sept. 5, 2020, on their calendars for the second annual Halfway to Everywhere Music and Arts Festival.

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