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Emporia firefighters were called out to a kitchen fire in south central Emporia on Tuesday, but the fire was out when they arrived.

Distracted driving apparently led to the Tuesday morning accidents involving an Emporia school bus and an LCAT bus.

For the second straight day, area firefighters scrambled to cover a series of grass fires.

Unlike Monday, when the biggest grass fire was the first one to develop, the biggest grass fire Tuesday was the last to happen, starting along Americus Road at "F-5," or on the west side of the highway S-curve, around 11 pm.

Lana Knuth's 2 pm afternoon AVID class at Emporia High had a bit of a break Friday afternoon.

Reason being? Senior Jennifer Lieurance was handed a big $500 check after she was named the winner of the second annual KVOE-Dr. Pepper 10 Tuition Scholarship Giveaway on Tuesday.

The Flint Hills Technical College Board of Trustees meets Monday.

Lyon County Extension Family and Consumer Sciences agent Rhonda Gordon says the Thanksgiving turkey "strikes fear into the heart of even the most experienced cook," but it doesn't have to be that way this week.

A Topeka woman suffered minor injuries after her car was struck by a turkey on the Kansas Turnpike on Sunday.

Walnut School is having its fourth annual Turkey Day Dash on Thursday.

Walnut School's third annual Turkey Day Dash figures to be the biggest one yet.

Well over 400 people have registered for the event, according to organizer Melissa Sears.

The 3rd annual Turkey Day Dash brought 505 people to the Walnut School, to raise money for the school's PTO and burn some extra calories before Thanksgiving dinner.

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