Discussions continue at the school district level on education funding after lawmakers passed a $130 million bill earlier this month, and those discussions may be sharpening their focus after Gov. Sam Brownback said he would sign the bill during an appearance at Emporia State University on Monday.
Emporia city commissioners have an action meeting Wednesday night.
Sacred Heart Church has a new parochial administrator at least through June.
Flint Hills Technical College is expanding its tuition waiver policy for college employees.
Folks interested in applying for Emporia's next Habitat for Humanity home need to do so by Friday.
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.
For those of us who are bad about procrastinating, the due date for filing your taxes is Tuesday, April 15.
Lyon County deputies are warning residents about a health-related scam working across the county.