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Bitter cold temperatures are sticking around at least through the early half of this week, and as such Kansans are being urged to conserve natural resources. 

Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland is on the search for a new CEO following the retirement announcement of the organization's current leader.

Four Emporia State University alumni have been named recipients of the 2021 Kansas Horizon Award.

The Lyon County Emergency Communications Center is asking residents to avoid tying up phone lines and stay home with moderate snowfall, low visibility and even lower temperatures all in play Sunday.  

Greenwood County Rural Water District 3 is under a boil water advisory until further notice.

After a tense few days, Izzy Dieker can once again ride a USD 251 North Lyon County school bus to and from North Lyon County Junior High.

A combination of snow, wind and cold will make Sunday a day to stay indoors if at all possible.

Donald Trump escaped an impeachment conviction when the US Senate fell nine votes short of the two-thirds majority needed to find the former president of inciting last month’s insurrection at the US Capitol.

Frozen pipes and waterlines will be a major concern to close out the weekend and start off the upcoming week.

It's a different atmosphere, to be sure, but businesses that typically do a lot of business for Valentine's Day are still doing well, given the circumstances.

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