A few Emporians were drenched in cold water Sunday for a charitable cause.
The Ice Bucket Challenge is sweeping the nation as a viral effort to raise awareness for ALS.
The 2014 Lyon County Fair has come to a cotton-candy-sticky, metal-bending end.
Local analysis continues after a study of a proposed retail development at 24th and Industrial showed the so-called Emporia Pavilions project would generate over $20 million in new revenues while transferring better than $40 million from existing area businesses.
The Lyon County Jail is seeing a rather significant shift in its demographics -- and, as a result, in how bed space is being allocated.
Recently, the Sierra Club said the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and Kansas State University persuaded the Environmental Protection Agency to turn off an ozone air quality monitor near Manhattan during the start of last year's pasture burning season. KDHE spokesperson Sara Belfry says that's not exactly how things developed last year.
Roy Mann is returning to Emporia State University.
The Lyon County Fair is coming to an end this weekend, but not without some loud engines shaking the grandstands Friday night.
It took a little longer this year to melt a gallon-sized block of ice and thus find out the winner of the 2014 KVOE-Kari's Diamonds and Bridal Kool Ice contest, but the winner's reaction was still joyous.