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The Kansas Department of Transportation is announcing a series of state-funded projects for pedestrian and cycling networks, and improvements are coming to parts of the KVOE listening area as a result.

Lyon County Commissioners had an introduction to a new ministry service aimed at assisting female recovering addicts Thursday morning.

Friday marks 156 years since the start of classes at Emporia State University, then known as Kansas State Normal School, and all residents are invited to celebrate with a unique Founder's Day event.

Emporia's January City sales tax report saw a slight increase over 2020 numbers, however, City Treasurer Janet Harouff says this is not a cause for celebration.

It now appears the worst may be over when it comes to short-term energy adjustments across Kansas, but the Southwest Power Pool is still asking customers to continue conservation practices for a few more hours.

Increased patient visit restrictions are in place at Newman Regional Health due to coronavirus activity.

Brutal cold is behind us with rapidly warming conditions ahead, but the impact of the cold earlier this week is already being felt by livestock producers.

Osage County is now the second area county to pass 1,000 coronavirus cases since the pandemic came to Kansas nearly a year ago.

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