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The USDA is making permanent changes to school nutrition programs.

This lets schools serve larger portions of lean protein and whole grains at both breakfast and lunch.

Improvements to the water system affecting most Chase County residents are gaining federal attention.

The Coffey County Housing Authority is receiving a federal grant to help improve rural housing.

Major announcements about regional and statewide economic development and community development issues are coming in Emporia on Friday.

Reading residents now have a timeline for getting their post office back up and running.

Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year for most of us. For Postal Service employees, it's the most busy time of the year.

Some rural Lyon County residents had an uncomfortable morning after their power went out early Monday.

Lyon-Coffey Electric General Manager Scott Whittington says two substations had issues early Monday, one at Americus and one north of Emporia.

Emporia firefighters quickly handled a utility problem near Interstate 35 and Industrial Road Friday afternoon.

One Emporia man allegedly involved in a stabbing incident earlier this year has seen his preliminary hearing delayed.

A preliminary hearing is set for one of two co-defendants in Emporia's first stabbing of 2015.

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