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Despite official increases in headcount three years in a row, Emporia State University finds itself in a difficult financial spot.

Saying he wants to continue growth and development, Lyon County Commission Chair Rollie Martin has filed for re-election.

The Kansas 2020 Teacher of the Year team has been announced, and five of the teachers are Emporia State alumni.

A contract for predesign work on USD 253's $78 million facility improvement project will be at the top of the agenda for Board of Education members Wednesday.

Downtown Emporia businesses will be making adjustments this week and next as the city's sanitary sewer renovation process continues.

The Emporia Recreation Commission's monthly Board Meeting had several important items on the agenda including the 2019 audit report and leadership team updates on Monday evening.

The Emporia community and Emporia State University united Monday evening to honor and celebrate the life, legacy and lessons of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. nearly 51 years after his death.

The Emporia Police Department is taking applications for its 2020 Public Safety Citizens Academy.

Four candidates have advanced to the interview stage as USD 251 North Lyon County continues the search for a new superintendent.

Light snowfall is possible this week as a winter storm moves across Kansas.

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