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White City man hurt in wreck near Lost Springs

A Morris County man was hurt in a wreck in Marion County on Wednesday.

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Noted activist Tim Wise giving ESU's first Social Justice and Equity lecture Thursday

Emporia State University Black History Month celebration comes with a highlight of ESU's first Social Justice & Equity Lecture.

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USD 253 can save money by refinancing bonds, but district may lose $2 million in state cuts

The Emporia School District got some good financial news -- and some bad financial news -- during the school board's regular meeting Wednesday night.

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Demand strong as Hidden Vistas work continues

Before the year is out, most of the available lots at the Hidden Vistas subdivision in northwest Emporia could be spoken for -- and several homes could be built.

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City's 2016 cash balances strong

From a cash balance standpoint, 2016 was a good year financially for the city of Emporia.

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Fire causes minor shed damage near Emporia

A small fire caused minor damage to a shed northeast of Emporia on Wednesday.

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Ken, Kay Schallenkamp appear on KVOE's On-Air Chat

For a decade, Kay and Ken Schallenkamp helped to guide Emporia State University -- Kay as the university's president, Ken as a business professor. The two left Emporia in 2006 to serve in the same roles at Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D., and they returned to be part of KVOE's On-Air Chat this week.

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'Cytoplasm' spells success for Emporia Middle School's David Wise at spelling bee

It's a sixth-grade Emporia Middle School sweep at the Lyon County Spelling Bee.

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