As Emporia city and Lyon County commissioners discuss how best to help Emporia State with the university's request for public funds to help augment scholarship dollars, the Regional Development Association has started talks on how it could possibly help Flint Hills Technical College with programs.
The Governor's Water Conference has ended, and one of the big focal points was how the state's 50-year vision developed over the past two years is being implemented.
State revenues may be sliding, but the monthly jobless report for Kansas shows some improvement.
The Cupboards of Care food-raiser has helped stuff the shelves of the Salvation Army food pantry.
The cause of a fatal house fire in Hartford has been narrowed down but remains undetermined.
There's a few activities taking place this weekend.
A Waverly man has died after the heavy truck he was driving crashed near Garnett on Thursday.
With one set of diversity and inclusion forums now completed at Emporia State University, attention is now turning to the next round of talks.