Last week, voters in Chase County emphatically said no to an idea of a new K-12 education campus and a $28.5 million bond to pay for it.
Reluctantly, the USD 253 board approved the resignation of one of their longtime members.
Our 4H Fair reports conclude Thursday morning with the 4H rodeo.
Students are officially in class at Flint Hills Technical College with Wednesday being the first day of the fall semester.
Operation Mary Kay continues through Veterans Day, but the drive to send care packages of skin care products to servicemen and servicewomen overseas has already passed its local goal.
Emporia city commissioners like the proposed plan for updating the Flinthills Mall.
Wanted: delivery drivers for Friendship Meals in Emporia.
Dog owners pawsed -- get it, pawsed? -- to take a break and hang out with other dog owners at Bruff's Tuesday.