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The Emporia Arts Center will be showing off artwork by children at the second annual Shaping the Future a Young Artists' Exhibition on August 1st.

The exhibition is an art show for kids ages 5-17 to show off what they can do artistically.

EAC's Gallery Manager and Education Coordinator Kaila Mock talk about what the art show really means for the participants.


Artist can submit their work to the EAC until July 27th and artwork will be posted in the Trusler Gallery on August 1st. The opening reception will be the next day from 4-6 with the reward ceremony at 5.

Artwork will be posted into four categories based on age with cash prizes being given to the first, second, and third place of each category.

For more information about the event visit the Emporia Art Center Facebook page or call Kaila Mock at 343-6473.

Events in the Emporia community are continuing to benefit the Denim and Diamonds Fundraiser leading up to the annual Gala in two weeks.

The federal government has outlined certain action steps for Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation after an investigation unveiled a falsified cleaning and inspection record from 2016.

Power companies have been doing their best to avoid shutdowns -- both of their equipment and employees -- as the excessive heat continues across most of Kansas.

Preliminary hearings are coming next week for two people accused of breaking into an Emporia jewelry store.

One person has been arrested after a police pursuit in southeast Emporia this week.

The heavy work is done on part of West 12th after road resurfacing work this week.

Unemployment continues at a low pace in Kansas.

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is adjusting the list of required vaccinations for K-12 students heading into the 2019-2020 academic year.

The good news: our current heat wave is ending soon. The bad news: Friday could be the hottest day of the four-day heat burst.

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