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Camp Alexander, Hetlinger hold annual meetings

Two local organizations held annual meetings Thursday.

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House formally reverses stance on link to judge selection and court funding

As expected, members of the Kansas House repealed a decision linking a change in how district judges are selected to the state's overall court funding.

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Regents report notes number of freshmen receiving academic exceptions

Close to 120 freshmen at Emporia State University were admitted as exceptions to automatic admissions standards during the 2014-2015 academic year, according to the Kansas Board of Regents.

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Kansas Turnpike sets fee increase to help with long-term priorities

The Kansas Turnpike Authority has released its long-term needs study, and has implemented a raise in toll fees to help with some of those needs.

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HealthCare.gov enrollment deadline looming

Time is running out if you want to enroll in the federal health insurance marketplace.

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Regents approve changes in concealed carry policy

The Kansas Board of Regents has approved amendments to its weapons policy for colleges and universities, meaning concealed carry will be allowed when an exemption for higher education ends in July 2017.

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Another special meeting planned for USD 253 board

On Friday, the Emporia School Board will have its second special meeting of the week.

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City Commission approves first step for new apartment complex

Emporia city commissioners approved another "step one" toward a new apartment complex.

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