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Wesley Gohring could spend up to 15 years behind bars after pleading guilty to a single count of making methamphetamine Monday.

Trials are set to begin next week in a pair of local court cases.

It's officially the last day of work for Aging Services Director Doug Stueve.

Clean Sweep III is underway at the Lyon County Fairgrounds.

Coordinator Patty Gilligan says the clean-up effort, held every two years, is off to a good start. She's encouraging volunteers to step forward through the three-day event, reminding them to be prepared when they show up with work gloves and sturdy shoes.

As a whole, the number of cases charged by the Lyon County Attorney's Office remains well within the normal range.

Company-wide data breaches have become unnervingly common since last fall, with businesses like Target, eBay, Living Social and others all having thousands or in some cases millions of customers affected. Now Goodwill is reporting a data breach affecting at least 20 stores in Kansas, including the one in east Emporia.

Students not normally targeted for scholarship money now could take advantage of a new award at Emporia State University.

You may recall one of our News Year in Review segments delving into the 2014 grass fire season being busier and more destructive than normal.

Gov. Sam Brownback stopped at Emporia State University Monday, speaking at the Skyline Dining Room about the support higher education has received in the legislature this session.

During his short speech, Gov. Brownback quickly mentioned that he would sign the new education funding bill, following that with the benefits Emporia State will receive with this bill.

Secretary of State Kris Kobach has penned a letter to members of Congress encouraging a health care compact, comprised of Kansas and other states who plan on sidestepping the Affordable Care Act.

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