Federal money will indeed help to reimburse costs accrued in two significant rounds of flooding this past spring.
The Emporia Recreation Commission had a quick but busy set of meetings Monday.
The Emporia Fire Department water rescue training held this past weekend was a "real good success."
The United Way of the Flint Hills is accepting applications for non-profits wishing to become United Way Community Partners.
The cause of a fire which torched a garage and the car inside is undetermined.
Kids, you probably don't want to hear this but enrollment is gearing up across the KVOE listening area for the upcoming academic year.
The hits will keep coming inside the Granada Theatre the next few months.
The company planning to bring a multimillion dollar production and distribution facility to southeast Emporia is apparently chomping at the bit to establish its presence here.