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One person was taken to Morris County hospital Friday evening following a two-vehicle accident.

Engines were revving and spirits were highway in Americus Saturday for a very special cause for the first annual Americus ATV/UTV Benefit Poker Run.

Flint Hills Community Health Center's new Medical Clinic Director officially reintroduced herself to the Emporia community during KVOE's Newsmaker 3 segment Thursday.

Over 20 local businesses have signed up to take part in Emporia Main Street's grand reopening week beginning Monday.

Many area school districts have secured grant funding to help feed schoolchildren this summer.

With the sights and sounds of fireworks set to fill the skies Saturday, residents are reminded that practicing proper firework safety ensures everyone will have a happy Fourth of July.

One man was hospitalized after an incident involving a pickup in an Emporia parking lot Friday morning, but the incident did not end up the way it first appeared.

With the Fourth of July holiday weekend now here and coronavirus still an issue, Lyon County Public Health officials are urging residents to be safe the next few days.

929 new COVID-19 cases are being reported by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment since Wednesday.

Although this year's Flint Hills Technical College Night of Inspiration Gala will not be in person, the college is pulling out all the stops to still bring the gala directly to you.

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