Scheib: State fix to gain equity in Gannon case puts LOB on shaky ground

Area school officials are closely following the Gannon v. Kansas education lawsuit with a decision on the equity half of the suit possibly a few weeks away.

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Commencement season upon us

You may be hearing a lot of "Pomp and Circumstance" over the next two weekends.

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Granada restarts movie screenings

The Granada Theatre marquee may be in constant motion this spring and summer.

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Zika virus spreading; CDC requests additional funds for preventative measures

The Zika virus is spreading, and even though no cases have been reported in Emporia, health officials are warning residents to take preventative measures against this disease.

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Greenwood County meth, prescription drug cases moving ahead

Court proceedings are underway against several Greenwood County residents in what's alleged to be a case of illegal meth and prescription drug distribution.

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Tablets of Honor expanding again

Plans are changing as the Tablets of Honor project nears the construction phase at the All Veterans Memorial.

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Seeley: Fairgrounds seeing more use over time

If current trends hold, the Lyon County Fairgrounds will continue to be a busy place for years to come.

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Lawmakers weigh in after Gannon testimony

Local lawmakers say they weren't surprised by what they heard during oral arguments this week in the Gannon v. Kansas education funding lawsuit.

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