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The Emporia Recreation Commission is poised to move forward with its coronavirus recovery plan -- if the virus eventually lets up.

Nearly 2,000 small businesses -- including several within the KVOE listening area -- across Kansas will be receiving crucial funding from the state as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. 

Area residents offered their financial support to the seventh annual Match Day organized by the Emporia Community Foundation on Monday.

USD 251 North Lyon County is staying the course with its current education model as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to pick up steam in recent weeks.

The debut of Lyon County Public Health’s new coronavirus tracking dashboard Monday came with the same trend of increased cases seen the past three weeks.

Newman Regional Health is starting a new way to treat certain coronavirus patients this week.

Several local organizations are coming together to track the history of food insecurity in Lyon County -- and, hopefully, to reduce its future impact.

The Emporia Community Foundation is now well into its seventh annual Match Day to benefit 20-plus different area nonprofits.

Every Lyon County teacher and staffer will get a $50 gift certificate through the Hopkins Foundation.

Habitat for Humanity celebrated the completion of its latest home in Emporia Friday.

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