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If you're looking to support a good cause while simultaneously enjoying some delicious ice cream, then you might want to stop by Emporia State's Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority house tomorrow night.

Planning continues to eventually build a University House at Emporia State.

ESU's celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy concludes with the MLK Lecture.

Following Friday's executive order temporarily halting immigration to the United States, Emporia State University President Allison Garrett has issued a statement saying the university is at the same time reaching out to its affected students and celebrating the diversity on campus at this time.

Emporia State and Pittsburg State are teaming up on a special opportunity to meet certain education needs in rural schools.

Six weeks after a tornado sliced through parts of Eureka, school has started for USD 389.

A Eureka business will receive a national honor later this month.

A little more than a month after a tornado sliced through the north and east sections of Eureka, the recovery process is going well. That's the word from City Administrator Ian Martell.

Thanks to a massive first wave of volunteers and the help of both the state and area counties, cleanup in Eureka is going better than first expected after last week's tornado.

A Eureka man was hurt in a two-vehicle crash in Butler County on Wednesday night.