A new President of the Regional Development Association of East Central Kansas may be chosen at the end of next week.
The safety cautions involving COVID-19 are still around, but Lyon County business owners hope year-end shopping in 2021 will be different than 2020 – and better.
Even people who are financially secure can fall into money traps that put their future at risk or miss out on opportunities to further strengthen their financial position. Here are several common mistakes made by financially accomplished people — along with a few tips to counteract them.
Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks purchases former Dynamic Distribution warehouse has purchased the building formerly owned by Dynamic Distribution on Nov. 12, Coldwell Banker Emporia Real Estate announced Wednesday.
The third time’s a charm: the Emporia City Commission approved an ordinance to rezone an 88-acre property located at 1501 E. Logan Ave., 1503 E. Logan Ave. and 1201 S. Weaver St., from residential-use to light industrial use Wednesday evening.
The eligible zones for Rural Housing Incentive Districts may soon expand to the original boundaries of the city of Emporia after Wednesday evening’s study session of the Emporia City Commission.
On Veterans Day, we honor the men and women who have served in our armed forces. If you’ve recently separated or retired from the military, or you will be leaving soon, you can be proud of the service you’ve provided to your country. But once you’re a veteran, away from the structure and imp…
The Emporia City Commission has been discussing the Becker Addition stormwater project on and off for the better part of eight years. Now, commissioners expect to sign off on a contract with BG Consultants for improvements as early as next week.
Local realtor Jamie Sauder will join incumbents Danny Giefer and Susan Brinkman on the Emporia City Commission next year. Sauder takes the seat left vacant by outgoing commissioner Jon Geitz, who did not seek reelection.
Annuities have a long history dating back to the Roman Era when they were used as a form of gratification for loyal soldiers. These early annuities were given to soldiers as a thank you for military service. The first mention of annuities was recorded before the birth of Christ.