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Lyon County closed out the work week with its third straight increase in active COVID-19 cases Friday.

The Emporia Farmer's Market resumes outdoor markets Saturday.

Recent trends of low increases in COVID-19 caseloads continue for area counties.

The city of Emporia continued a longstanding tradition with the annual planting of the Mayor's Tree on Friday.

Emporia State University has officially unveiled the results of a survey involving basic needs for students throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. And the results --highlighted recently on KVOE's Talk of Emporia -- are sobering.

With the veto session beginning Monday, 51st District Representative Ron Highland of Wamego is looking at tax policy and the Kansas Department of Labor's response to COVID-19 jobless benefits as action items for lawmakers.

Collection procedures for past due bills begin Monday for Evergy -- which means the risk of service disconnections also begins early next week if customers can't catch up.

Former Kansas secretary of state Kris Kobach has been eyeing a potential run for attorney general for some time, and he made it official Thursday.

A Vassar man has been arrested on drug charges following an afternoon traffic stop in Osage County Thursday 

Come June, USD 253 Emporia Assistant Superintendent of Human Relations Kelly Bolin will be ending her 30 plus career in education.

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