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A juvenile driver is OK after clipping a gas meter in Americus on Saturday night.

There have not been any new reports in coronavirus cases so far this weekend, but one area county is changing its reporting procedures for the general public.

A special disc golf tournament Saturday supported the endeavors, both present and future, of Emporia Habitat for Humanity.

A major announcement was recently made regarding one of Emporia's major veteran-centric activities for this year.

Students and staff of USD 244 Burlington are doing everything they can to keep the school year as "normal as possible."

One could say Friday's decision by the Kansas State Finance Council to extend the state’s disaster declaration could be considered “the price of business.”

Lyon County’s coronavirus numbers continue pushing up, and the number of active cases is on the rise again.

As it announced plans for voluntary testing, ESU also said it had 11 new cases of coronavirus over the past week.

USD 253 Emporia is announcing six cases of coronavirus across the district. It is also starting remote-only education at Walnut Elementary because of a cluster at the school, although the decision only affects a few classrooms.

Voluntary COVID-19 testing will be available for on-campus students at Emporia State University starting next week.

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