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Kansas Education Commissioner visits USD 253 schools

The Emporia school district welcomed a visitor to their local schools on Thursday. In fact, this visitor turned out to be a famous commissioner.

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State budget cuts now apparently likely before fiscal year ends

Budget cuts are likely at the state level -- even if the Kansas Supreme Court sides with the state in a long-term battle over education funding.

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Final preparations underway for Hartford Harvest Day

Organizers of Hartford Harvest Day are about ready for Saturday. That's when the day-long festival takes place, with activities from before sunrise to well past sunset.

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Reyes teen rape hearing continued

A motions hearing has been delayed for a New Mexico man charged with raping a teenaged girl earlier this year.

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Emporia Community Foundation reaccredited

The Emporia Community Foundation has gained re-accreditation for its philanthropic services.

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Pavilions agreement, BLI Rentals parking change approved

There will be new parking guidelines on the east side of Merchant between Seventh and Eighth after City Commission on Wednesday night.

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US 50-Industrial Road traffic constricted for pavement

Extra street work is taking place at two highly-traveled intersections -- one involving a pair of major arterials, one involving residential streets.

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ESU updates work on diversity road map after K-State photo incident

Monday's expulsion of a Kansas State student after the posting of a racially-charged photo on Snapchat has universities across Kansas discussing their related social media policies. In Emporia State's case, it's also renewing discussion about a talking point thrust into the spotlight a little more than a year ago.

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