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Decent rainfall totals came to the KVOE listening area Saturday.

Store shelves have managed to recover somewhat after the sudden rush on cleaning supplies and other products seen at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, how long they remain in decent condition, however, depends heavily on local shoppers.

Holiday Resort has launched a new program to help spread some additional holiday cheer to its residents.

Much like the city of Emporia, Lyon County is continuing to function effectively despite occasional shortages in staff in recent months.

Remote learning is now in place for Maynard Early Childhood Education Center through part of next week.

Abundant Harvest was selected as the lucky winner of the second annual Emporia Rotary Club's Grocery Grab Saturday morning.

With less traffic on roadways in recent months, excessive speed has become a major concern for local law enforcement.

A vehicle accident in Chase County sent one person to the hospital Friday evening.

With many Emporia Public School students going to remote education starting Monday, the district’s Community Relations Department has announced the plan for free breakfast and lunch options -- although it won’t start Monday when students go back to school following the weekend.

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