The Culinary Arts Department at Flint Hills Technical College is in transition.
Emporia native Kelley Hunt is coming back to town this weekend as part of the Emporia Arts Center Performing Arts Series. On KVOE's Newsmaker segment this week, she said she can't wait to get back and play Sunday night at the Granada Theatre.
Now that the initial deposit is paid, the Hartford High government team involved in the "We the People" national contest on the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, citizenship and government affairs has scheduled a host of fundraisers to make sure they can actually compete.
The Regional Development Association has its monthly meeting Friday morning.
One man already jailed in Osage County has been charged with a gun-related crime in federal court.
Early indications are the Strong City water system is back to normal after a water main break Wednesday, but testing by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment will show whether the current boil water advisory can be lifted.
The Chase County School Board reviewed past discussions on its long-term direction during its regular meeting Wednesday night. It also rescheduled a special meeting designed to finalize the bond paperwork involved.
Emporia State's Main Street in the Memorial Union was brimming with green-shirted volunteers packaging food to send to Africa Wednesday.