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The Food and Drug Administration has paved the way for middle school and many high school students to get the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine by granting emergency use authorization status Monday.

A traffic stop in Osage County Monday led to the arrest of an Osage City woman on drug charges.

The Emporia Rescue Mission's move to the former Amend Girl Scout Center is, in a word, "progressing."

Updates on coronavirus and ongoing construction will highlight the upcoming USD 253 Board of Education meeting Wednesday evening.

The Plumb Place Steering Committee continues its work to restore services for women in crisis.

Kansas lawmakers Ron Highland and Eric Smith have been honored by the Kansas Chamber.

Lyon County is maintaining its recent trend of minimal new caseload activity for COVID-19.

This week, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission will have a virtual meeting to discuss the 2020 safety performance of 10 power plants, Wolf Creek included.

Coffey County will receive over $2 million for road repairs as part of the Kansas High Risk Rural Roads Program.

Lyon County deputies are asking for information about a stolen boat from earlier this month.

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