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NRH board to consider patient care plan during meeting

The Newman Regional Health Board of Trustees' monthly meeting is over the lunch hour Wednesday.

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'Fire lines' adjusting traffic flow downtown

Over the next month, traffic at three of Emporia's busier intersections will be constricted for infrastructure work.

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Governor mulling changes to Revenue Estimating Group

A few weeks ago, House Speaker Pro Tem Peggy Mast said lawmakers would be looking at changes to how the Consensus Revenue Estimating Group functioned after it had consistently missed on its financial projections the past 15 months. Gov. Sam Brownback is also on board with making changes.

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Moran delivers keynote speech at Lyon-Coffey Cooperative annual meeting

The mission statement of Lyon-Coffey Rural Electric Cooperative read, in part, as follows: "The cooperative is dedicated to being good stewards of our environment while enhancing and developing the communities we serve." That was the focus of Lyon Coffey's annual meeting held at White Auditorium on Monday night.

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Trial begins for involuntary vehicle manslaughter case

Trial has started for a woman accused of killing a cyclist in a crash outside Emporia nearly 30 months ago.

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Appeal ongoing in Lance Harris drug case

An appeal in one of Emporia's more significant drug cases the past five years has been moving forward.

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Burlington fire under investigation

Investigators with the Burlington Fire Department and Kansas State Fire Marshal's Office are trying to figure out how a garage serving in part as living space caught fire early Sunday.

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Federal government offering to cover all Medicaid expansion costs for states unwilling to proceed

The federal government is proposing an adjustment in cost coverage options for states like Kansas that are reluctant -- or flat-out opposed -- to expanding Medicaid.

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