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USD 253 Emporia Board of Education members approved a contract for soil investigations of work sites for the district’s $78 million facility improvement project Wednesday evening.

Drivers west of Emporia could encounter thick fog through the overnight hours.

Two people were hurt when a small moving van crashed near Emporia’s eastern city limits Wednesday afternoon.

A road closure is coming this weekend as work continues at the Reading Wind Facility.

A one-year contribution from the city of Emporia to Ignite Emporia may see formal approval in early February.

Slick conditions became more isolated as Wednesday morning developed, but they did cause some travel issues after sunrise.

USD 251 North Lyon County has announced its first of four finalists for superintendent.

Health care and agriculture have dominated Kansas Congressman Roger Marshall's current tour across the state.

Recent conversations between Evergy and an asset management firm based in New York City have the utility "evaluating opportunities that may create greater value."

Area residents will be hearing a lot more about the 2020 census in the coming weeks. In fact, that process is well underway.

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