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EPD out in force this holiday weekend

Emporia Police officers will be out in force this holiday weekend, according to Lt. Jim Tilton.

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Governor picks one-time aide for Supreme Court

Gov. Sam Brownback is tapping a one-time legal adviser to fill a position on the Kansas Supreme Court, bypassing two candidates -- including one from Emporia -- with longer careers as judges.

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"What's In Outdoors" Catch, Photo, Release contest winners announced

The winners of the first-annual Catch, Photo and Release Contest were announced during Friday's episode of "What's In Outdoors."

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Pineda showing numerous signs of improvement after wreck

Emporian Heidi Pineda is recovering remarkably well after she was hurt and two family members were killed in a wreck in Texas almost two months ago.

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Flint Hills Regional Council seeking comment on economic strategy draft document

The Flint Hills Regional Council says the seven-county region joining forces for economic development benefits from a host of tourism attractions, high manufacturing capacity and its involvement in the Animal Health Corridor, but it also is threatened by its dependence on a small number of employers, an aging population and a divide between rural and urban residents.

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Kansas given one-year No Child Left Behind waiver, sees high-risk status removed

Kansas has been granted a one-year flexibility waiver from certain provisions of the No Child Left Behind Act. The state's high-risk status, in place for a year, has also been removed by the U.S. Department of Education.

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Council Grove woman appointed to Kansas Banking Board

A Council Grove woman has been appointed to the Kansas State Banking Board.

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ESU Honors College a 'sacred trust,' director says

Emporia State University believes its fledgling Honors College will take flight and be "something special" all of Kansas can be proud of.

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