Residents of the KVOE listening area woke up to a soggy Saturday morning, and the chance for more thunderstorms lasting through Sunday evening.
Even more people and vendors filled White Auditorium to the brim for The Taste of Emporia this year.
This year's Nitty Gritty Dirt Dash was especially gloppy and sloppy with some extra rainfall adding to the fun.
The shredding lasted most of the morning, as part of ESB Financial's Community Shred and Recycle Day.
Big band, big sound as the Cherry Poppin' Daddies performed at the Granada Theatre on Friday night.
A pictographic history of Kansas and prairie life was featured during the annual Friends of the Plains dinner Friday.
All Veterans Tribute 2015 is Nov. 2-11. One of the big events, FreedomFest, now has a new partnership in play.
A psychology professor with high regard from his students is this year's Roe R. Cross Distinguished Professor at Emporia State.