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The Emporia community is behind the Emporia State football team. They support them so much that 18 local businesses are closing shop early to head down to Welch Stadium and tailgate around 5:30 PM.


It has been 42 years since Emporia's western edge was flattened by an F-4 tornado.

According to the year 2014, the child death rate in Kansas hit a record low. This is the most recent report for child death rates.


Veterans Day is on its way, and according to Emporia Area Chamber & Visitors Bureau Director Susan Rathke, this year's All Veterans Tribute will be unique from any other tribute.


Emporia residents will finish off the 2016 year by recycling over 1,000 tons of items.


Emporia's annual fireworks show is tentatively set for Sunday evening, and KVOE will offer you a chance to watch it live online.

The Flint Hills Senior Life Fair moved to the Anderson Building for the first time in its history, and the event from earlier today was very informational for senior citizens.


Separate sentencing hearings are coming this week for two people who allegedly triggered a chase and nearly week-long search south of Emporia last fall.

The rides are shut down, the animals have gone home and the smoke from events like the tractor pull and demolition derby has dissipated.

The 2016 edition of the Walnut Turkey Day Dash set a new record for its registrants.


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