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Emporia Recreation Commission board members will meet Monday evening.

An Americus teenager was not hurt in a crash Sunday in southern Chase County, but one of her passengers was taken to Emporia for observation and possible medical treatment after the wreck.

If you were planning to wait until Monday to get tickets for the iLuminate show Monday night, you have waited too long.

While Saturday's round of wintry precipitation may have been a bit delayed, it still managed to make an appearance. 

Emporia-area veterans needing outpatient medical care will need to make out-of-town arrangements later this year.

The theme for Emporia's 13th annual Polar Plunge was "Embrace Your Inner Polar Bear," and Mother Nature certainly complied with temperatures below 20 degrees and a light coating of snowfall at Mouse Lake on Saturday.

Flint Hills Technical College will host a series of exotic dinners in the coming months. 

Pioneer Bluffs recently received an award from the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks & Tourism (KDWPT). 

The American Democracy Project (ADP) has been a part of campus life at Emporia State Univesity for around 15 years now. 

A quartet of Wolf Creek employees have apparently won a lengthy battle with the plant to be represented by a labor union.

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