Great American Market celebrates 15th anniversary in style

Regardless of whether they lived in the city limits or another state, thousands of people went to downtown Emporia on Saturday for the 15th annual Great American Market.

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KVOE encourages residents to Ring and Remember 9/11 on Sunday

Sunday marks the 15th anniversary of the terror attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

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Vocal Trash impresses and educates audience at Albert Taylor Hall

Vocal Trash might not be the first outreach group to inform people about the dangers of never recycling, but they're still very unique in how they perform with recycled instruments.

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Hope Concert held to benefit Relay for Life of Lyon County

The Hope Concert took place Friday night.

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KHP: Name of man dead in southbound ditch is Billy Joe Guthrie

Billy Joe Guthrie lost his life earlier this week on the Kansas Turnpike.
He was 60 years old.
Rachel Bell from the Kansas Turnpike Authority says a Turnpike maintenance crew found Guthrie in a southbound ditch near mile marker 114 around 7:30 AM yesterday. The maintenance crew determined another vehicle struck Guthrie.
The Kansas Highway Patrol confirms Guthrie's death is the result of a hit-and-run, although they don't know if the hit-and-run was accidental in nature. Details are pending.
The Kansas Highway Patrol is leading the investigation, and they are being assisted by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation.
They've determined at this time that Guthrie was a pedestrian on the right shoulder until an unknown vehicle struck him and then left the scene of the crime. Guthrie is from Towanda, Kansas.
If you have any more information on Billy Joe Guthrie and why he was near mile marker 114, please call Highway Patrol Troop G through the Turnpike's Incident Management Center at 316-652-2611.
We'll keep you updated about the investigation process on KVOE, KVOE.com, and KVOE social media.
A dead man found on I-35 is now determined to be killed by another vehicle. 

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FHTC's New Dental Lab is something special

Flint Hills Technical College is the one.

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Central States Pension Fund recipients want new leaders

The Central States Pension Fund is in major trouble of entirely running out in the next 6-8 years.

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Keith: Zoo accreditation process shows strong community support

The David Traylor Zoo is basking in the glow of another five-year accreditation from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.

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