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Legacy of ESU biology pioneer celebrated

The life and legacy of former Emporia State professor and department head John Breukelman was celebrated Saturday.

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Part of Road N closing Tuesday

Lyon County Road and Bridge is closing part of a road northeast of Emporia on Tuesday.

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Bond vote likely in November for USD 284 improvements

USD 284 Chase County is asking for community input with a multi-million-dollar renovation package on the table for both the elementary school in Strong City and the junior-senior high school in Cottonwood Falls.

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Strategic plan, budgets and roof bids on tap for USD 252

The South Lyon County School Board is holding a regular meeting Monday night.

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Heat continues as summer officially arrives Monday evening

Hot, sticky conditions are in place all week long as we officially start summer Monday.

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Car shears off power pole near Sixth and Chestnut

Thankfully, nobody was hurt after a car knocked down a power pole near Sixth and Chestnut on Saturday night.

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Child seat safety check lane held Saturday

Child seat safety check lane was held Saturday at Staples.

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Boyd appeal on child sex abuse convictions moving forward

By mid-August, the Kansas Court of Appeals may issue a ruling on an appeal from an Emporia man convicted last year of sexually abusing a preteen girl.

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