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Testimony continues in a civil trial against Emporia State University and two former employees of the university's Center for Early Childhood Education.

It is with a heavy heart the David Traylor Zoo has announced the passing of one of its oldest inhabitants.

Emporia City Commissioners had a lengthy study session Wednesday morning, covering a range of topics at both the local and state levels.

Lyon County Commissioners approved payment for a new emergency alert system for Lyon County first responders during their weekly action session Thursday.

Dine United has returned.

Project-based learning efforts at Logan Avenue Elementary School are set to take on a big enterprise -- if students offer their approval.

The USD 253 Board of Education took one of the most crucial steps in its $78 million facility improvement project Wednesday evening.

Thursday evening at the Emporia Granada Theatre, Emporia Main Street will be holding their annual Public Improvement Auction, featuring many valuable items.

Emporia State University's final jazz concert of the semester will take place on Thursday in support of the United Way of the Flint Hills.

Plumb Place and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1980 are urging residents to continue their financial support as urgent fundraising drives continue for those groups.

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