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Given all the challenges provided by the coronavirus pandemic, USD 253 Emporia Superintendent Kevin Case says he's pleased with the start of the fall trimester and the plan developed to meet all the needs involved for students and families.

Emporia State is now underway with the first of three so-called COVID-19 surveillance testing periods for on-campus students.

Emporia Police are seeking the community's help in identifying a potential suspect in a theft case from last weekend.

Governor Laura Kelly has used a new executive order to extend temporary relief for motor carriers helping COVID-19 recovery work.

Kansas Chief Justice Marla Luckert has signed a new administrative order that continues the suspension of normal speedy trial provisions.

KVOE's annual Drive for Food is officially Oct. 8, but the big event for the Emporia Salvation Army's food pantry is now underway.

Five years ago, demonstrators marched on Emporia demanding justice and equality. Tuesday evening, in honor of the five year anniversary of the event, demonstrators again took to the streets of Emporia to call for equality.

Lyon County's overall caseload continues to rise as its active case number continues to decrease.

The Lyon County Board of Public Health is having a special study meeting Wednesday morning.

The city of Emporia's mask mandate may be extended by Wednesday evening.

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