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Tax plan: Longbine, Schreiber vote yes, Highland, Smith vote no

Gov. Sam Brownback has a few days to consider a tax package that would cover a major budget shortfall for next fiscal year while using new tax revenue and dismantling some of his policy pillars in the process.

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Two Hornet alumnae mark the 154th Founder's Day by giving education majors a opportunity to reach for the stars.

Gifts from two Emporia State alumnae will benefit students in the Teachers College for a long time to come.

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After ESU students pledged to be safe drivers, AT&T gave students the chance to experience the dangers of texting and driving.

After ESU claimed the first-ever Don't Text, #JustDrive trophy, AT&T gave student the chance to experience a simulation of the dangers.

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The Green Door closing

Emporia's recycling climate is undergoing a change.

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USD 251 to explore new junior-senior high building

USD 251 North Lyon County is still looking for ways to both save money and grow the district, and after two bond issues for all-encompassing K-12 school facilities failed over the last two years the school board is now moving towards a new approach.

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24th Avenue to close as Emporia Pavilions work continues

Weather permitting, Monday will see a shutdown of 24th Avenue near Industrial Road.

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Greenwood County Long-Term Recovery Committee wants tornado victims to come forward

Hoping to spur the individual recovery process along after a significant tornado last summer, the Greenwood County Long-Term Recovery Committee has set an April 4 deadline for cases to be opened.

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Senate passes budget bill

It's not veto-proof, but the Kansas Senate has approved a budget that fills revenue shortfalls -- and raises taxes to do it.

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