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Entrepreneur Challenge's first 'speed networking' event goes well

Individuals and teams involved in the third annual Emporia Entrepreneur Challenge has a special opportunity to learn more from established local business owners.

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HeartChase kickoff draws people to Lee Beran Rec Center

HeartChase fundraisers have been on the calendar for a few weeks, but the push towards the fourth annual event officially started with a kickoff event Tuesday night.

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Health Center votes to bring billing office back to Emporia

The Flint Hills Community Health Center has decided to bring its billing office back to town.

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House, Senate work education funding bills

Both the House and Senate are looking over bills that some lawmakers say would ensure school districts don't lose state aid.

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Outdoor burning banned in Lyon County on Wednesday with another red flag warning issued

Our current stretch of critical fire danger will continue at least through Wednesday.

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New renovation option in mix for USD 284

The USD 284 Facilities Committee met last evening in Cottonwood Falls to discuss the next step in moving toward finalizing plans to renovate their schools.

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Roberts impressed after viewing ESU STEM projects

US Sen. Pat Roberts came to Emporia State University looking to learn about how the university does in the STEM fields -- science, technology, engineering and math -- and he came away impressed following a roughly 90-minute tour Tuesday.

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ESU picks Wooseob Jeong as SLIM dean

Emporia State University's next dean of the School of Library and Information Management is Dr. Wooseob Jeong.

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