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New speed enforcement effort goes well, according to law enforcement

This past weekend's speeding enforcement effort led to over 50 citations -- either tickets or warnings -- in Lyon County.

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Community Foundation leaders pleased by reaccreditation

Emporia Community Foundation administrators say they are pleased by last week's reaccreditation announcement from National Standards for US Community Foundations, but on KVOE's Newsmaker segment Tuesday they also said they weren't surprised by the statement.

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Westar shareholders approve pending sale to Great Plains Energy

Back in May, Westar Energy's parent company announced plans to buy the electric utility outright. Shareholders are definitely in favor of the $12.2 billion deal with Great Plains Energy, with 96 percent approval during a meeting Monday.

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New lighting at southern 18th and Industrial intersection affecting traffic

Traffic at a busy intersection in west Emporia is going from stoplight control to a four-way stop for a few hours.

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Peterson Planetarium ready for open house

This is a busy week for Emporia State's Peterson Planetarium.

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Emporia State and Flint Hills Technical College react to enrollment report

The enrollment numbers are official, and according to the Kansas Board of Regents, there's a slight increase in statewide enrollment. There is growth at 19 of the state's 32 higher education institutions.

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ESU students reflect on first presidential debate

The first presidential debate for the 2016 election is in the books, and the Emporia State student body have some comments to say on the matter.

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Enrollment sets record at Flint Hills Technical College, down at ESU

The Kansas Board of Regents released its fall 2016 enrollment numbers Monday.

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