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The air temperature was fairly warm on Saturday morning, but Mouse Lake was still quite cold for the Polar Plunge. [Read More]
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It is officially the Year of the Dog. [Read More]
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Genealogy was first used in the 14th century, but Emporians interested in learning about genealogy attended a Beginning Genealogy Workshop at the Lyon County History... [Read More]
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Local lawmakers gathered at Sauder Alumni Center Saturday for the first Legislative Dialogue of the session. [Read More]
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William Allen White would have turned 150 years old Saturday. As a birthday celebration, his former residence in Emporia, Red Rocks, was open for free... [Read More]
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Editor's note: Participants in the speed dating event did not want to be identified by their full names. [Read More]
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Albert Taylor Hall became home to the dinosaurs Wednesday with a performance of Erth's Dinosaur Zoo Live. [Read More]
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Despite the chilly temperatures, volunteers descended on Pioneer Bluffs to take part in the first Saturday workday of the new year. [Read More]
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Author Woody Skinner made a stop at Ellen Plumb's City Bookstore Saturday. [Read More]
Beard Team Kansas, well known for its competitiveness and whiskers, hosted a chili cooking competition Friday evening at Maud's Tattoo as part of First Friday... [Read More]
Emporia Middle School students and staff are grieving the loss of one of their own. [Read More]
The Lyon County Sheriff's Office is in need of a few good men and women to serve as reserve deputies. [Read More]
One out of every 200 adults has Obsessive Compulsive Disorder — one Emporia family has three family members impacted by the disorder. [Read More]
A calendar showing the month of September hangs in the home where Jesus Avila-Galvin, Jr. lived. The pages haven't turned since he was murdered on... [Read More]
The inaugural BeBop Market was held Sunday at the Anderson Building on the Lyon County Fairgrounds. [Read More]
More than six months have passed since human remains were found in Lyon County. They have yet to be identified. [Read More]
Winter will be a bit warmer for people in Emporia thanks to the Scarf Project organized by Emporia Presbyterian Church. [Read More]
Mike Artell was known as the class clown, but he found success. [Read More]
Fifty-eight years have passed since the Clutter family was murdered in Holcomb, yet the haunting slaughter and ensuing media frenzy continues to seep into pop... [Read More]
An afternoon filled with the finer things in life is scheduled to benefit Plumb Place. [Read More]
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