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City Commission starts planning for change in elections

Last year's action by lawmakers to eliminate the spring election cycle for city commissions and school boards won't require action for months, but Emporia city commissioners briefly touched base on that topic during their study meeting Wednesday.

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Crowd enjoys 'Frolicsome Festival'

Hundreds of people enjoyed the Emporia Symphony Orchestra's latest concert at Albert Taylor Hall on Tuesday night.

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Westar lists cause for significant power outage

Westar Energy hasn't determined how some equipment failed in west Emporia, forcing a rather widespread and relatively longlasting power outage Tuesday.

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US 50 passing lane project starts in Chase County

After a major improvement to US Highway 50 west of Emporia last year, similar improvements are coming to the highway this year.

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Part of Road 150 reopens

After closing part of Road F, also known as Lockerman Road, earlier this week, Lyon County Road and Bridge has reopened part of a county road near that particular closure.

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Bowyer Building busy for document destruction deal

Turnout was heavy as the Kansas Attorney General's Office held a document destruction event at the Lyon County Fairgrounds on Tuesday.

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Symphony in Flint Hills tickets available

If you wanted to go to this year's Symphony in the Flint Hills and thought the event sold out Saturday, you're in luck. It hasn't.

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New USD 252 committee to mull long-term improvements

A new committee has been started to study long-term improvement options for USD 252 South Lyon County.

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