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The number of active COVID-19 cases continues to drop in Lyon County. Lyon County Public Health is reporting 19 active cases in Tuesdays update. That is a decrease of 3 from Monday.

The Saharan dust that started affecting air quality across the state over the weekend may keep causing health issues all week, although the worst may have passed.

Halfway to Everywhere will have to wait until next year.

As the coronavirus continues to impact the Kansas economy, Emporia Main Street continues its efforts to provide local businesses with as much assistance as possible to continue weathering the storm.

Effective 12:01 am Friday morning, the wearing of masks in public areas will now be mandatory in the state of Kansas under the order of Governor Laura Kelly.

Three days after the State Finance Council approved a certificate of indebtedness and opened the door for budget cuts, Governor Laura Kelly has finally announced her so-called allotment plan.

Lyon County Public Health is reporting 4 new COVID-19 cases since Friday. That increases the total number of confirmed positive and probable cases to 497.

If this week's weather forecast has you all hot and bothered, the Salvation Army can help with free fans.

Two people were hurt in a crash in Chase County early Tuesday.

The entire KVOE listening area has been placed into a heat advisory with heat index readings forecasted to exceed 100 degrees in the coming days.

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