Emporia Main Street honored their past and looked to the future during Thursday's annual meeting.
After Wednesday's good news on 2014 valuations, Lyon County commissioners opened up a discussion Thursday on laying the foundation for a county-wide economic development policy.
Amidst debate over whether income tax cuts have set the foundation for economic growth or eroded it, the state of Kansas is borrowing some $675 million from itself to help cover low-income revenue times of the upcoming fiscal year starting July 1.
Rainfall from the past week has led to a second straight week of improvements in our longstanding drought.
One of the few political races without a primary on either side is the race for Kansas Attorney General.
This upcoming weekend starts with activities Friday.
Three local organizations are a little richer after Thursday's check presentation at PrairieLand Partners John Deere.
The Kansas Board of Regents approved two items of note for Emporia State University during Wednesday's meeting.