The countdown has begun.
The next ten years were the focus of Tuesday's General Assembly for Emporia State University, namely the strategic plan and re-accreditation.
Nearly a decade after Lyon County first enacted a burn permit policy, Emergency Management Coordinator Rick Frevert says there is still confusion as to how they work and in what situations they are needed.
The trail hasn't officially gone cold, but it has cooled significantly after Saturday's robbery outside 1307 Frontier Way.
Trial has started for one man accused of sexually abusing a pre-teenaged girl.
Emporia city commissioners have a lot of ground to cover in their action session Wednesday night.
Recent improvements to the Lee Beran Recreation Center and Soden's Grove have brought a lot of positive attention to the work of the Emporia Recreation Commission.
"You don't have to be great to serve... but you have to serve to be great."
Those words as written originally by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. were heralded during a community celebration Monday, honoring the life and work of Dr. King.
No hospital trips were needed after smoke from a grass fire crossed the Kansas Turnpike and caused a vehicle crash Monday afternoon.