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More tough talk ahead on difficult state budget

The Kansas financial crisis isn't as simple as saying it's a revenue issue or a spending issue, but that's the way it has been laying out for months -- and the February tax report put the issue out there for all to see yet again.

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Massive fundraising total for EFOZ auction

Breaking a record is one thing. Shattering it is quite another, and that's what happened at the Emporia Friends of the Zoo's annual Roundup auction Friday night.

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Area firefighters stretched fighting Turnpike grass fires

The investigation continues after at least seven separate grass fires developed on the Kansas Turnpike late Friday afternoon.

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Two-vehicle crash under investigation

One person was treated at the scene of a crash and later hospitalized after the wreck that tied up traffic at a busy west Emporia intersection for some time Friday evening.

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Local students get kids pumped up to excel

Emporia High School students hit the road today in the name of encouraging young students across the city.

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Fell: New burn ban policy working well

Lyon County Emergency Management Coordinator Jarrod Fell is pleased with the county's addition of the daily burn ban as linked to red flag warnings through the National Weather Service.

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Politics, fundraisers, Barn Wedding Showcase and St. David's Day concert all this weekend

Busy, busy, busy. That describes the upcoming weekend in Emporia.

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Chamber debuts Executive Speaker Series

The Emporia Area Chamber of Commerce is launching an Executive Speaker Series later this month.

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