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Emporian Sentenced to prison for Child Porn

Zachary Krueger of Emporia was sentenced to 6 years in federal prison for distributing child pornography on Monday in US District Court. Krueger pleaded guilty to one count of distributing child pornography over the internet.

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Director of Lyon County Emergency Management prepares for FEMA assessment of flood damage

The storms that ravaged Lyon County in late May have been over for weeks, but reconstruction efforts are likely to continue with the help of federal funds.

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Van slams into Daylight Donuts storefront

Patrons of Daylight Donuts on West 6th Avenue may have to get their morning pastries elsewhere due to a vehicle accident on Monday that left the baked goods chain in shambles.

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Emporia Police Department issues statements regarding Orlando shooting

The massacre at an Orlando nightclub on Sunday has been described as a "domestic terror incident," and investigators from a wide variety of state and federal agencies are scrambling to ascertain the facts surrounding this catastrophe.

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Expect more movies at the Granada Theatre

The Emporia Granada Theatre will get back to their roots and begin showing more movies this summer.

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Kansas Insurance Commissioner scheduled to visit Emporia

Kansas Insurance Commissioner Ken Selzer will be in Emporia this Wednesday as part of the Emporia Chamber of Commerce Executive Speaker series.

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Lyon County eligable to receive assistance for flooding

The Kansas division of Emergency Management has notified Lyon County that it has tentatively met the uninsured public damage loss requirement to receive public assistance after last months flooding. The amount of damage to private residences and citizens did not meet the requirement to provide individual assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency - FEMA.

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Small town books big band for seasonal celebration

For over three decades, residents of Madison, Kansas have enjoyed annual festivities that mark the end of spring and the beginning of summer.

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