Challenge accepted, challenge met. Area residents have helped the Emporia Rescue Mission meet the terms of its 2015 Feinstein Challenge fundraiser, meaning $60,000 is now available to help people in the area through the mission and Abundant Harvest.
Robin Clark is happy to be in Emporia.
The new director of the Emporia Public Library has been on the job not yet a month, and she says she dove right in.
A search committee is in place, but an interim president has not yet been chosen.
That comes from Kansas Board of Regents Chair Kenny Wilk, who gave KVOE News an update following Wednesday's KBOR meeting and executive session.
The financial picture for Newman Regional Health is looking clearer as the months wear on.
Coffey County Sheriff Randy Rogers is offering his condolences after a 13-year old boy drowned Tuesday evening.
The second annual Match Day is coming Nov. 16, and representatives of the Emporia Community Foundation used KVOE's Newsmaker segment Wednesday to announce both the final list of organizations involved and the set of contributing donors.
Officially, Curbit is coming June 1. That's when the city of Emporia formally debuts a curbside recycling program for homes and small multi-family dwellings.
Lyon County commissioners have an action session Thursday.