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Next week, K-State Research and Extension will offer a webinar series on farm land values and income.

Housing and workforce development will continue to be major focuses for governing bodies in the months to come.

There will be no increase in water tap fees for the city of Emporia, at least not at this time.

There has been another modest increase in the number of new COVID-19 cases, both in Lyon County and elsewhere in the KVOE listening area.

Mike Crouch is running for re-election to the USD 253 Emporia Board of Education.

Further details are still pending after an injury crash northeast of Emporia on Wednesday.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Lyon County commissioners have another decision ahead on the county's response to the virus.

The Emporia Rescue Mission has hit one major fundraising goal and continues work towards another.

If weather permits, repairs will begin Monday on the Kansas Highway 99 bridge just north of Road 220.

Earlier this week, the USD 386 Madison-Virgil Board of Education reluctantly accepted the resignations of superintendent Stu Moeckel and his wife, Summer, a fourth-grade teacher in the district.

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