Newman Regional Health starts this week with the Wright man for the job. Pun totally intended.
After 17 years as owner, Ek Real Estate's Larry Ek has sold the business to two of his agents.
Ek has sold the realty group to longtime agents Jeff Williams and Jeff Kitselman, who combined have almost a quarter-century of sales experience for Ek. He says it was time for a switch.
Emporia's Convention and Visitors Advisory Board is moving forward with two key goals for the coming year.
Board members also voted unanimously to approve Roger Brooks to handle advisory board's upcoming community assessment and the company Proof to handle work on a visitor profile.
Following a second-place finish at the Class 5A debate four-person tournament over the weekend, Emporia High head coach Scott Bonnet says he's pleased with the team's effort. He's also planning to reload, not rebuild, for next year.
New computers are coming to the Emporia Public Library.
The Trusler Foundation is granting over $12,000 and the Clint Bowyer 79 Fund adding another $5,700.
USD 251 North Lyon County is interviewing its third superintendent candidate Monday.
Roger Stumpf is currently the superintendent and principal for USD 106 Western Plains. He is in his fourth year in those roles and previously served three years as a principal for USD 322 Onaga.
Emporia firefighters handled a small brush fire in the city limits Sunday.
The spring semester will officially kick off Tuesday at 2pm, when Emporia State University President Dr. Michael Shonrock speaks to faculty, staff, students and the community during the General Assembly.