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The City of Emporia discussed a variety of issues at its recent study session, including the possibility of receiving loans from the state at a... [Read More]
Plumb Place Executive Director Clara Corn said she is excited for the shelter's annual Artist Open House, which is Nov. 30 - Dec. 1. [Read More]
In 2019, Emporia will experience a rise in rates for several utilities, including water, sewer and trash. [Read More]
A new coffee shop will be scooting into Emporia soon. [Read More]
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The Rev. Andrew McHenry, formerly of Emporia, knew the fire was coming when he drove to his church in Paradise, California, last Monday and saw... [Read More]
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Many area nonprofits had the chance to earn donations and recognition for their respective causes during the Emporia Community Foundation's 5th Annual Match Day Monday... [Read More]
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It was a good year for the Emporia Public Library book sale, according to the Friends of the Library. [Read More]
After years of struggling with her weight and the related health issues, Samantha Rhoads received gastric bypass surgery late in June 2017. [Read More]
The Emporia City Commission has officially raised its minimum heating requirements for rental housing within the city limits from 60 degrees to 68 degrees. [Read More]
The Chase County USD 284 Board of Education met last week for a regular monthly meeting, with Mike Schmidt and Warren Ediger of Mike Schmidt... [Read More]
The meeting room of the Board of Zoning Appeals was packed Tuesday evening with people arguing in favor of an appeal to a ruling which... [Read More]
or their parents - have the same opportunities in life. [Read More]
The Emporia Recreation Commission held a brief meeting Monday afternoon at the Lee Beran Rec Center. [Read More]
Though Kevin Willmott's "William Allen White: What's the Matter With Kansas" and "BlacKkkKansman" have little to do with one another, they do have one thing... [Read More]
A reader contacted The Gazette recently regarding feral cats attacking birds nesting on his porch and asking what could be done about the problem. [Read More]
This sandbox is for grownups. [Read More]
Emporia State University's campus was overwhelmed with food, music and dance celebrating Hispanic culture Thursday evening as the school held its annual kickoff fiesta for... [Read More]
Time to make the donuts. [Read More]
Eric Hawkins, the Emporia chiropractor who has been charged with two counts of sexual battery and single account of raping an underage female made his... [Read More]
Three items were on the schedule for the city commission during its study session Wednesday morning. [Read More]
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