Love and help was the theme of the Nov. 6 session with Jamie Tworkowski at Emporia State University's Albert Taylor Hall. "To Write Love On Her Arms" is the non-profit group dedicated to seeking treatment and counseling for depression, which Tworkowski founded almost by accident in 2006.
The Emporia Arts Center is featuring pieces from local veterans until Nov. 15, as part of the All Veterans Tribute celebration.
The Tuesday Night at the Museum, at the Emporia Public Library kicked off activities for the All Veterans Tribute this month.
State leaders are re-working revenue projections for the current fiscal year.
Officials are looking ahead to the year ending in June after the first quarter revenues were $27 million lower than expected, largely because of state income tax cuts that went into effect this year.
On Wednesday, a special two-day exercise ends at Wolf Creek.
Plant officials have been working with representatives of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, state and Coffey County to test the abilities of all involved to protect the health and safety of those in or living near the plant.
Tuesday was definitely damp across the KVOE listening area.
The KVOE studios received 0.45 inches of rain, a little more than the Municipal Airport's total of 0.44 inches.
Newman Regional Health is among several medical facilities in Kansas welcoming Dr. Mohammed Herrog this week as part of a special fellowship.