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The latest major renovation to the Lee Beran Recreation Center is done.

"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. 

The American Legion Post No. 5 was full for its annual potato bar fundraiser benefiting Emporia's Legion baseball team.

A legislative committee voted down a request for an audit into the state foster care system.

An audit of the Emporia School District is underway through the Legislative Post Audit Committee.

Last month, Gov. Sam Brownback's administration announced the state was enjoying about $440 million in ending cash balances for the fiscal year that ended June 30. The Legislative Research Department, though, says that figure is significantly lower, and in fact on track with the previous estimate of $380 million.

Are tighter budgets in the state's future?

State lawmakers got a revised estimate Wednesday from economic analysts projecting revenues for the rest of this fiscal year ending in June and the next fiscal year starting in July.

Camp Alexander is under new leadership.

Director Damon Leiss has resigned, saying it's time for him to pursue new challenges.

The National Transportation Safety Board is now investigating Thursday's fatal plane crash at Wichita's Mid-Continent Airport.

The shredding lasted most of the morning, as part of ESB Financial's Community Shred and Recycle Day.

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