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USD 252 Southern Lyon County Superintendent Mike Argabright says safety measures taken at the start of the fall semester in response to coronavirus are working well.

The Emporia Community Foundation is now encouraging nonprofit organizations to submit applications for the foundation's 2021 grant cycle.

An Americus man was involved in a crash that led to minor injuries for a Gardner woman Thursday morning.

Two area health departments have announced plans for special flu shot clinics in the coming weeks.

Emporia Area Habitat for Humanity is using disc golf to raise money for ongoing and upcoming projects.

No surprise here -- Kansas Governor Laura Kelly is calling on the State Finance Council to extend the state's current disaster declaration.

Lyon County Public Health reports eight new coronavirus cases and a slight increase in the number of active cases Thursday.

The National Teacher's Hall of Fame will be announcing its class of 2020 inductees next week.

Would you like to have a vintage El Camino sitting in your driveway? Well, the Kansas Masonic Foundation has an opportunity for you to have just that.

Governor Laura Kelly spent time Thursday with the Emporia Area Chamber of Commerce and the US House Financial Services Committee.

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