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Two area school teachers have been honored for their work as first-year educators.

Local political parties have a busy start to the week ahead.

Trial is set to begin Monday for a man accused of robbing an Emporia convenience store last year.

After hanging around through the morning hours into early afternoon, light to moderate snowfall appears to be exiting for the time-being

Inclement weather has led to several schedule adjustments already and it appears it will lead to a continued disruption in traffic on K99 through the remainder of the weekend following a semi crash Thursday. 

The 2020 Grow Rural Education program, provided by America's Farmers, is officially underway.

Two Emporians were involved in an injury accident in Johnson County which sent an Olathe woman to the hospital just before midnight Friday.

After a banner year for the Emporia Arts Council, 2020 is looking to be even bigger and better.

Power has been restored to around 700 customers in Chase County following separate outages Friday afternoon.

Traffic adjustments will be continuing on Sixth Avenue between Merchant and Commercial Streets  for the next few weeks.