Last month, Gov. Sam Brownback's administration announced the state was enjoying about $440 million in ending cash balances for the fiscal year that ended June 30. The Legislative Research Department, though, says that figure is significantly lower, and in fact on track with the previous estimate of $380 million.
Emergency repairs on the Sertoma Club miniature train are done, so the train can roll around the track again at Soden's Grove.
This weekend's "Sweets for Stephanie" bake sale proved quite sweet indeed.
The teenager who allegedly robbed the Short Stop convenience store in north central Emporia last month and stole drugs fromt he Emporia High nurse's office on Easter morning has a hearing in Lyon County District Court on Tuesday afternoon.
U.S. Senator Pat Roberts is coming to Eureka for a town hall meeting Tuesday.
Emporia city commissioners are planning for their upcoming study meeting Wednesday.
Dog-paddling was the name of the game during the annual Pooch Plunge at Jones Aquatic Center.
The Flint Hills Community Health Center will be commemorating National Health Center Week, starting Monday.