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Car shears off power pole near Sixth and Chestnut

Thankfully, nobody was hurt after a car knocked down a power pole near Sixth and Chestnut on Saturday night.

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Child seat safety check lane held Saturday

Child seat safety check lane was held Saturday at Staples.

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Boyd appeal on child sex abuse convictions moving forward

By mid-August, the Kansas Court of Appeals may issue a ruling on an appeal from an Emporia man convicted last year of sexually abusing a preteen girl.

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Trio of Chase County defendants back in court Monday in drug-gun case

The Chase County Courthouse will have three hearings tied to a drug-and-gun case on Monday.

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Veterans banner slots available July 1

If you weren't able to get a veterans banner through Emporia Main Street's now annual project to honor veterans, you have a chance July 1.

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Worms slither to the finish at Emporia Public Library's annual races

The participants in the Emporia Public Library's annual worm races needed a little extra help to reach the finish line Friday.

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Democrats offer plan for meeting Supreme Court mandate on K-12 funding

Democrats in the Statehouse have unveiled their plan for shifting close to $40 million to public education in an effort to satisfy the Kansas Supreme Court on funding equity for schools.

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State jobless rates at 15-year lows, but area numbers climb

Statewide, the monthly unemployment numbers are at levels not seen in at least 15 years after a drop from 3.8 percent in April to 3.7 percent in May.

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